Tax efficient remuneration of the workforce
As businesses increasingly shift their thinking from the immediate response to COVID 19 to setting longer-term strategy on workforce costs, requirements and opportunities arising from this shift. We will explore how careful attention to employment taxes can help support these aims.
Against this background employees continue to expect more from their employers than just a traditional salary and the government impose further obligations on employers to provide for their workers, both now and in retirement, the costs of employing labour for UK businesses continue to rise.
Our third module will look at ways that employers can meet these increasing expectations in a tax and National Insurance efficient manner through utilising available exemptions and reliefs, pension arrangements, salary and bonus sacrifices and flexible benefit offerings.
The day will include a recap as to where the 2017 overhaul of salary sacrifice/optional remuneration arrangements has left us and will cover a number of the newer tax exemptions that are commonly overlooked by employers. A pensions specialist will also join us to discuss the opportunities and challenges that pension schemes bring for employers.
Who should attend?
The training programme is aimed at:
Dates of Virtual Sessions
- Finance, Reward, Payroll and HR professionals who hold responsibility for the integrity of employee compensation and benefits in kind taxation.
- Staff involved in checking the accuracy of income tax and social security payments and returns to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), such as P11Ds, PAYE Settlement Agreements and online shares reporting.
Thursday, 10 September 2020 - by Zoom
Tuesday, 15 September 2020 - by Zoom
Thursday, 17 September 2020 - by Zoom
Tuesday, 22 September 2020 - by Skype
Thursday, 24 September 2020 - by Zoom
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