A financial director who stole £1.8m from Leslie Clark Construction Consultants, a top firm of international chartered surveyors, has been convicted and jailed for four years.
The claimant was offered employment as an assistant solicitor which resulted in the agreement that he was treated as self-employed for tax reasons
A bankruptcy order was annulled or rescinded where the applicant lacked the capacity to respond to a statutory and understand the contents or significance of bankruptcy petition.
Guidance has been published by HMRC for employers and employees on the changes to employer-supported childcare (ESC) which will affect employees that join an ESC scheme from 6 April 2011.
Salary sacrifice schemes, which offer employees selected benefits that are deducted from their salary, look likely to be far less popular with employers following a ruling from the European Court of Justice.
There has been a hive of activity in the area of holiday and sickness absence during the last 18 months.
Both the House of Lords and the ECJ ruled on the matter of holiday leave accruing during long term sick leave, particularly in cases where the employee has exhausted their entitlement to contractual and statutory sick pay.
The House of Lords has finally given its ruling on the long-running case of HM Revenue and Customs v Stringer and others.
From 6 April 2009, employers with 50 or more employees must send to the HM Revenue & Customs ("HMRC") certain in-year PAYE information online.
HM Revenue and Customs has published information on how it will carry out compliance checks (also known as enquiries, visits and inspections) from 1 April 2009.