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Month: January 2021

Understanding VAT on Work Carried Out Abroad

In the UK, VAT on work carried out abroad is determined primarily as per the ‘Place of Supply of Services’ rules. The ‘place of supply’ is the location where a supply is made and where VAT may be charged and paid. The type of service and whether you provide the services through a B2B arrangement […]


How Brexit Affects Immigration Requirements for Your Workforce

In 2016, the majority of Britain voted for Brexit—UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. Probably the most important public policy concern arising from the withdrawal is how Brexit will impact immigration. A reduced EU workforce in the UK would be one of the likely effects of Brexit. Currently, approximately 2.31 million EU workers are living […]


Understanding Off-Payroll Working Rules IR35

Accounting for Off-Payroll Working Rules IR35

It is likely that you have already heard of IR35, which is the law adopted to counter alleged tax evasion. But what precisely is IR35, how is it going to impact you, and what can you do to brace for its implementation in the private sector? These are all questions that we look to answer […]


How Employment Expenses Work in the UK

Typically, employers are responsible for the bulk of the expenses incurred by their employees. Typical costs include the allocation of office space and the provision of stationery and other office supplies, work phone, and a computer. However, there exist some costs where employees bear their expenses, such as lunch, commuting, and business attire expenses. Except […]

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