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HMRC has now published its Revenue & Customs Brief (RCB) 03/17.
Few forward-looking organisations would argue that coaching interventions have negatively impacted staff performance and retention, productivity, morale and the business's bottom line.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has confirmed that payments for purely voluntary overtime should be included in holiday pay if they are regular enough to constitute “normal pay”. What does this mean for HR practitioners and employers?
Christmas – a time for family, friends and parties. Yet, despite all that festive cheer, a number of HR issues for employers can arise. Here, we take a look at some of the most common issues HR professionals come across during the Christmas period and advice on how to effectively deal with them.
In this case study we describe how our Tax Investigations & Dispute Resolutions team recently helped a client get her penalty for a ‘careless error’ suspended, after almost a year of unsuccessful negotiation (with only one letter to the HMRC caseworker).
A recent ruling by an employment appeals tribunal stated that if an employee is required to be present at their place of work throughout the night they are now entitled to National Minimum Wage.
Take a look at how we helped a client in despair when they approached our Tax Investigations & Dispute Resolutions team. HMRC’s Late Stage Debt Resolution Unit was pursuing the client in respect to tax assessments and penalty determinations that related to an HMRC Compliance Check that was closed in 2014.
Our latest Tax Investigations and Dispute Resolution event provided attendees with an exclusive insight into HMRC's Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process. In this article the head of the team, Mark Taylor, reveals the five key points that were covered.
HMRC can make mistakes, and this article shows why taxpayers should consider challenging rather than surrendering to HMRC assumptions. In a very recent tax case ‘D Lyth v HMRC’ TC05994 the First Tier Tribunal (FTT) held that failure to declare a capital gain on a taxpayer’s tax return was careless rather than deliberate.
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