Taxation of Company Cars

Background A company car is any vehicle (car, van or motorcycle) which is leased or given to employees by a business. They can use it for both business and personal travel. Some businesses include a company car as part of the overall remuneration package for their employees. However, HMRC con...

Targeted Anti-Avoidance (TAAR)

What is Targeted Anti-Avoidance Rule (TAAR)? TAAR is the legislation introduced in the 2016 Finance Bill that targets the owners of companies receiving distributions taxed as Capital Gains, instead of as income. The main purpose of the this is to obtain an unfair tax advantage. It only affects co...

HMRC reporting requirements for employment intermediaries

What are employment intermediaries? Changing work patterns have meant that many people are now working flexibly, often obtaining work through agencies or employment intermediaries, as they’re known by HMRC. Where the agency rules apply, the intermediary must operate PAYE to its workers as though ...

How to reclaim CIS refunds in Crunch

When you are a CIS subcontractor working through a limited company, you may find that you have paid too much to HMRC. Crunch can help you to recover any excess amount you have paid. For a full explanation of the types of CIS payments you may need to make and what you may be able to reclaim, read our...
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