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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Employee Benefits and Expenses: Compliance and Tax Planning 2016 ed isbn 9781908545787

Employee Benefits and Expenses 2nd ed (Volumes 1 & 2)

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ISBN13: 9781908545671
New Edition ISBN: 9781908545787
Published: April 2015
Publisher: Claritax Books
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback; 2 Volumes
Price: Out of print



This major two-volume work on employee benefits and expenses will prove its value throughout the year. At one level, the books will help with year-end compliance.

At another, their aim is to help finance directors, tax advisers and payroll departments to plan the provision of employee benefits with a full understanding of the appropriate tax rules. By helping readers to avoid stumbling over the niceties of company car fuel, or the intricacies of employee loans, the books will pay back their worth many times over.

Between them, the two volumes provide a thorough and practical guide to the whole system of employee benefits and expenses. They are written by Ray Chidell (who has written on this topic for nearly 20 years) and Dave Jennings, an employment specialist director with “top 10″ accountants Mazars LLP.

New for this year’s edition:

A huge amount of new material has been added for the second (April 2015) edition. As well as nearly 20 new A-Z items, there is a greatly extended chapter on PAYE compliance reviews, a new section on penalties, and coverage of many of the recent and forthcoming changes to the legislation. These include, among others, new statutory exemptions for trivial benefits, for reimbursed expenses and for recommended medical treatment; coming abolition of the £8,500 threshold and of dispensations; and proposals for payrolling of benefits. All examples have been updated as necessary, and all changes to tax data (official rate of interest, company cars, etc. etc.) have been fully reflected.

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Subjects:
Taxation
Contents:
Volume 1
Introduction
Taxation of employments
Taxation of benefits in kind
Employee expenses (including capital allowances)
National Insurance
Reporting benefits and expenses
A-Z of benefits and expenses

Volume 2
Company cars
Company vans
Living accommodation
Employment-related loans
Compensation and termination payments
Travel and subsistence
Vouchers and credit tokens
PAYE reviews
Tax tables
Appendices