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EMI grief about tax relief

The uncertainty over tax reliefs for EMI options granted on or after 7 April 2018 continues. William Ngan gives tips for those impacted and explains more about what EMI options are. If you’re looking for ways to incentivise your staff, this article may be worth a look.

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Promoting talent. Onwards and upwards!

  We’re starting our new financial year on a high; today is the first day in a new role for two members of our HRC Law team. Sherrelle Scott started with us in October 2013.  She was our first (ever) trainee solicitor, starting her training contract with HRC Law in March 2014.  Sherrelle qualified into […]

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What does April 2018 hold for Termination Payments?

  From 6 April 2018, the concept of ‘post-employment notice pay’ will be inserted into legislation. This essentially means that all payments in lieu of notice, whether contractual or not, will be treated as earnings and will therefore be subject to tax deductions and National Insurance Contributions (NICs). What is the present position? If a […]

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The Social Care Compliance Scheme: A wake-up call about sleep-in shifts?

At the start of November 2017, HMRC introduced the Social Care Compliance Scheme (the Scheme) for social care providers that may have incorrectly paid workers below legal minimum wage hourly rates for sleep-in shifts. We take a closer look at “sleep-in” shifts and national minimum/living wage issues connected to them.

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Buying Property through your pension –SIPPs

Why it might be good to take a SIPP Helen Marsh explores SIPPs and why using such vehicles could be a shrewd way to save longer-term. Advantages: The advantages of investing in property through a self-invested personal pension (“SIPP”) include: tax relief on contributions paid into your SIPP; exemption from Income Tax on receipt of […]

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