The Mirror reports that payroll company Legitas has said it is suspending a controversial scheme to claim tax breaks on behalf of 20,000 agency workers. The paper says the company could be costing HMRC up to £48m a year based on the company’s own predictions of what it could claim for a typical worker.
We have had an overwhelming response to our latest bulletin from current clients of Legitas, who all expressed serious concerns over the financial impact of their decision to withdraw the right of temporary workers to claim expenses.
CIS Subcontracting Company ICM has lost its appeal for unpaid CIS deductions that it should have made against its sister company in Isle of Man.
Following the announcement below from Legitas, Zeva would like to offer compliant Umbrella and Low Paid Worker services to you and your workforce. Workers can be transferred to Zeva today.
Our tax advisors have received a letter from HM Revenue and Customs in connection with a “Pay Day by Pay Day” arrangement which allows qualifying travel and subsistence expenses to be off-set against gross pay on an earnings period basis.
Following on from the very well attended ALP Roadshow last week, we were pleased to see that the new CEO of the GLA, Mr Paul Broadbent was attending. This was our first opportunity to hear first-hand, the GLA’s NEW strategy and direction under his directorship.
As a GLA licence holder of over 3 years, we thought it appropriate to comment on recent statements made by Paul Broadbent, the GLA Chief Executive regarding the decision by umbrella company
We have been asked for our opinion of the judgment to uphold the GLA’s decision not to grant FS Commercial Ltd a licence. We cannot speak for FSC and the GLA, but we can say the following about Zeva
Zeva’s PTR+ service has been operating successfully for well over a year. Around the same time, HMRC published their statement on the ‘Pay day by Pay day’ tax relief model.
As predicted, HMRC have finally made clear that a dispensation is not appropriate for a Personal Tax Relief (PTR) arrangement due to that fact that there is no “payment” of expenses made by the employer.