Employee Benefit Trusts. Is HMRC Softening its Stance?

Posted 6th February 2019 by Craig in

Tax avoidance Loan Charge

Employee Benefit Trusts. Is HMRC Softening its Stance?

HMRC has suggested those freelance contractors earning under £30,000 could be given 7 years to pay the Loan Charge as a result of Employee Benefit Trusts or other disguised remuneration loans. Not a big concession, we argue.

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Employee Benefit Trusts, the Loan Charge and HMRC’s Hard Line

Posted 15th January 2019 by Craig in

Tax avoidance Loan Charge

Employee Benefit Trusts, the Loan Charge and HMRC’s Hard Line

Employee Benefit Trusts. Can we really expect the Government to respond positively to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee’s recommendations to soften HMRC’s approach to EBTs and the April 2019 Loan Charge?

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Professional Footballers, HMRC, Employee Benefit Trusts and Tax Advice

Posted 7th January 2019 by Craig in

Footballers being investigated by HMRC

Professional Footballers, HMRC, Employee Benefit Trusts and Tax Advice

HMRC is investigating the tax affairs of 171 professional football players over Employee Benefit Trusts, Film Schemes and Image Rights – up 91% in one year. Often the issue is poor financial advice. We can negotiate with HMRC if you have an EBT, or similar issue, and help mitigate losses incurred.

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Employee Benefit Trusts. HMRC Too Aggressive?

Posted 11th December 2018 by Craig in

Tax Demand from HMRC

Is HMRC’s approach to Tax Avoidance too aggressive?

The House of Lords questions HMRC’s powers over its Aggressive Approach to Tax Avoidance, including Employee Benefit Trusts (EBT). Our London Team reports.

 

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