December Online Briefing

On Tuesday 13 December Richard Maitland provided an update on the recent Autumn Statement from an employment tax perspective.


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January Online Briefing

On 10 January at 10:00am Ian Goodwin will be looking at the what will be top of employers' priorities for 2017 given the recent raft of changes announced by the Government.

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    An update on the ‘Gig Economy’

    The 'Gig Economy' has been the focus of much press attention in recent months and many Government sponsored reviews in to this area have begun. This article provides a helpful update on the various strands of work currently ongoing in this area.

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    Reforms to the taxation of non-doms

    At Autumn Statement, the UK Government confirmed that they will be going ahead with their latest proposals to change the taxation of long-term resident non-doms living in the UK and non-doms who were born in the UK with a domicile of origin in the UK ("returners"). The proposed new rules have been subject to consultation and are set to come into force from 6 April 2017 with the draft legislation being included in the draft Finance Bill 2017 published on 5 December, 2016. Whilst the changes are clearly aimed at individuals, it is important that employers are aware of the way in which their assignees and senior executives may be impacted.

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    Final draft of the Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations issued by the GEO

    The government has published the final version of The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 (the Regulations). The Regulations are still subject to parliamentary approval, but set out the final version of the statutory framework for the new gender pay gap (GPG) reporting requirements.  They should come into force on 6 April 2017.

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