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Talking Points Update March 2016

Earlier in March, I invited you to attend our interactive online sessions called ‘Talking Points’ providing agents with opportunities to hear from and ask questions of subject matter experts from HMRC.

I would now like to let you know more about the session on 30th March on contractor loans.

Wednesday 30th March 2016:  13:00 to 13:45

Subject: Contractor Loans - At Budget 16 the Government made an important policy announcement about Disguised Remuneration avoidance.   We want to use this Talking Points session to summarise what this announcement means for individuals that might be involved in Disguised Remuneration avoidance schemes such as contractors.  Please click here to register for this meeting.

We are also running the following session.

Tuesday 22nd March 2016:  13:00 to 13:45

Subject: New measures (reforms) – simplifying employees benefits and expenses.  With dispensations coming to an end, find out how to deal with employee expenses from April 2016, and how to report benefits in ‘Real Time’.  Please click here to register for this meeting.

There will be a chance to ask questions during the sessions, but if you have any questions for our subject matter experts prior to the meeting, please send them to team.agentengagement@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk. 

To register you only need to provide your name and email address. We will then send you a link for you to use to attend each session and you don’t need any special equipment.

We also have recordings available for previous Talking Points sessions.  Please click here to view our session on Your Tax Account or try our session on the National Living and National Minimum Wage.

Future Talking Points sessions in April will cover Gender Pay Gap regulations, Security Awareness and changes to the Construction Industry Scheme.

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