Tax for Employers & Executives
Working closely with our top ranked Employment team, we have extensive experience on advising on all aspects of reward and incentives from the design and implementation of equity and cash incentives to employment tax compliance.
Our work often has an international dimension and we regularly advise on the implications for internationally mobile employees.
Our client base ranges from small private businesses to listed multi-national companies across all sectors.
Whilst much of our work is acting for employers, we also have a strong reputation in advising senior executives. We can help them understand and assess the package they are being offered, whether on recruitment, during or on the termination of their employment or partnership, and can put forward alternatives which may be more beneficial to them from a tax perspective.
Find out more about our tax team’s expertise in Shares & Options, Cash Plans & Incentives, Employment Tax, Internationally Mobile Executives and Corporate Governance.
Home and away – when ‘working from home’ means working abroad24 June 2020
Covid-19 is causing many employees to ask if they can work from “home” for an extended period in an overseas country - for example, because it is their home nation or their family is based there. This article explains the potential legal issues and how to avoid the traps.
Covid 19 – what it means for EMI options03 April 2020
You may wonder what the current Covid 19 crisis has to do with EMI options but in fact there are a number of potential consequences.
Réforme de l’IR35 à compter d’avril 202126 March 2020
La réforme proposée de l’IR35 représente le plus grand changement apporté à la taxe à l’emploi depuis des décennies.
April’s employment law changes24 March 2020
While employers are understandably preoccupied with the coronavirus pandemic and its implications, a number of significant employment law reforms are due to take effect early next month. Here’s a brief round-up.
IR35 reforms to be postponed due to coronavirus18 March 2020
The government has announced that the planned reforms to IR35 will now take effect on 6 April 2021.
IR35 reform: Regulations give HMRC broad power to recover unpaid tax from end users24 January 2020
Regulations just published allow HMRC to pursue end users if agencies or other fee payers in the labour chain fail to pay IR35 tax.
IR35 tax changes – what you need to know06 December 2018
The Chancellor announced in the Budget the latest measure to combat what HMRC calls “false self-employment”, aimed at those who supply their services via their own company.