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  1. Blog7th Feb 2024

    Rhianne Stewart, author of blog about upgrading employee benefits programme

    Is It Time To Upgrade Your Employee Benefits Programme?

    It’s officially a new year. 333 days  of growth opportunities for your business. While you’re looking ahead to the new year and planning for 2024 it is a great time to also think about your employee benefits programme. In its’…

    By Rhianne Stewart

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  2. Blog2nd Feb 2024

    Niamh McKenna, author of blog about National Insurance Contributions on car allowances

    Reclaiming National Insurance Contributions on car allowances – Have the rules changed?

    When it comes to NIC on car allowances- we would always advise that you don’t leave money in HMRC’s pot. HMRC have not appealed the upper tribunal judgement on their case against Laing O’Rourke Services Limited and Willmot Dixon Holdings limited,…

    By Niamh McKenna

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  3. Blog21st Dec 2023

    James Hunt, Gunhild Dam, Lynn Wilson, Lauren McIlroy, Stuart Petrie, Graeme Allan, Paula Fraser, Jill Walker, Gordon Steele, David Purse

    2023 Business Unit Year In Review

    Oxford recently released their word of the year for 2023 and it was “rizz”. If we had to pick a word for our year it would be ‘growth’. You might have heard us talk about our growth journey a time…

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  4. Blog30th Nov 2023

    Michael Smith, US Payroll & Employment Taxes Senior Manager who wrote the blog about US Employment Tax and Payroll

    US Employment Tax and Payroll- How To Have A Happy New Year 

    With Thanksgiving just passed and Christmas around the corner, the end of the US tax year can easily creep up on us. With just over a month to go, now is a great time to review your tax and payroll…

    By Michael Smith

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  5. Blog16th Nov 2023

    Carol Sim, author of blog about working in norway compliance considerations

    Working In Norway – What Compliance Considerations Do I Need To Think About?

    Norway continues to be an attractive place for companies in the UK to seek opportunities because of it’s proximity and strong ties with the UK business community. There’s a number of reasons companies and their employees land in Norway. Norway…

    By Carol Sim

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  6. Blog4th Sep 2023

    Electric car bought on salary sacrifice

    Is salary sacrifice worth it for an electric car?

    The 2022 Benefit in Kind Statistics annual report shows there has been a significant shift from diesel company cars which accounted for around 80% pre 2017, to 60% by 2019/2020 with a further decline to just 49% (355,000) in 2020/21. …

    By Richard Petrie and Karen Thomson

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  7. Blog22nd Aug 2023

    Jessica Hodgson, US Payroll & Employment Taxes Senior Manager

    What is a Foreign Partnership?

    For United States (US) tax purposes, the Internal Revenue Code defines a ‘partnership’ as a syndicate, group, pool, joint venture, or other unincorporated organisation through, or by means of which, any business, financial operation, or venture is carried on, and…

    By Jessica Constable

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  8. Blog7th Jun 2023

    Working in Norway: 2022 Norwegian Tax Assessment Notice

    Following submission of a Norwegian tax return 2022 for individuals under the general taxation scheme, once processed by Skatteetaten (the Norwegian tax office), a Tax Assessment Notice (TAN) will be issued showing the final position for the year.  The Norwegian…

    By Craig Burnett

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  9. Blog17th May 2023

    Niamh McKenna, Payroll and Employment Taxes Manager

    National Minumum Wage- The Pitfalls

    It would be fair to conclude that amidst the current cost of living crisis, employee remuneration is a hot topic. It is difficult to turn on the news at the moment without coverage of employees in pay disputes, with institutions…

    By Niamh McKenna

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  10. Blog27th Feb 2023

    Craig Burnett, Global Employment Taxes Senior Manager

    ID Checks for Foreign Employees Working in Norway

    When working in Norway, individuals are required to undergo a mandatory check of their identity documentation by personally attending a short appointment at a Norwegian tax office or at a Service Centre for Foreign Workers based in Bergen, Kirkenes, Oslo,…

    By Craig Burnett

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  11. Blog13th Jan 2023

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    IR35 twists & (U) turns- what it means for employers

    IR35 reforms have been a popular (or not so popular) talking point for businesses in the last year, with the initial reversal in the Truss/Kwarteng controversial mini budget, which included the repeal of the IR35 changes, and all too quickly,…

    By Gillian Forrest

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  12. Blog30th Nov 2022

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    Important year end considerations for the United States

    The United States tax year ends on 31st December and as a result the next few weeks are key for employers to ensure that payroll has captured all of the necessary information before close. It is important for employers to…

    By Jessica Constable

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