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101 Employer and Employee Tax Tips
*2019/20 version released July 2019!*

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The opportunities for employees to legitimately reduce the tax that they pay are more limited than for the self-employed and those operating through a family company. 

However, the tax legislation includes a surprisingly large number of exemptions and reliefs, which make it possible for employers to implement tax-efficient remuneration strategies and to provide elements of the remuneration package free of tax.

This guide contains 101 tax tips for employees and employers. It highlights various exemptions and reliefs available to employees, methods for saving work and strategies for tax-efficient remuneration.

The tips in this guide are for illustration purposes only and are intended to demonstrate where tax savings can be made. The savings that can be made will depend on the precise circumstances and the examples are a guide only.

Contents Include:

  Chapter 1: Tax-Efficient Remuneration

  Chapter 2: Travel, Transport And Meals

  Chapter 3: Cars, Vans And Other Vehicles

  Chapter 4: Family And Welfare Benefits

  Chapter 5: Other Popular Benefits

  Chapter 6: Termination Of Employment

  Chapter 7: Relief For Employment Expenses

  Chapter 8: Share Incentives

  Chapter 9: Compliance Issues And Saving Work

And much more...


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