UK ESSENTIALS:EXPENSES AND BENEFITS UK ESSENTIALS:EXPENSES AND BENEFITS

CPD Qualification Hours: 6

An introduction to UK expenses and benefits
Cost: £389+VAT, $550, €469
10% off for GPA members
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There are many changes for the current tax year and we are already
aware of changes for future years. So its important that employers
ensure their procedures and systems are fit for purpose for the tax years
2016/17 and 2017/18.
Expenses and benefits are a complex area and can be even more
emotive than pay since everyone has their own idea of what they should
or shouldn’t be able to claim tax free. And what’s more the regulations
that govern these expenses and benefits often change as does the
reporting and so when HMRC undertakes compliance reviews this area
is seen as quick wins since few employers get it right every time.
There are a number of changes, which impact PAYE Settlement
Agreements and P11Ds, payrolling benefits, and salary sacrifice. And so
it is important for all employers to understand these changes in both the
treatment of payments and the reporting requirements.
In this course not only will you learn about the complexities surrounding
expenses and benefits and have confidence in managing the payments
and reporting and any future liabilities you will also have a full

understanding of the changes for the current and future years.
You should come away from with this course understanding:
• Legislative and reporting requirements
• Payrolling benefits
• Salary sacrifice including the changes
• PAYE settlement agreements including the changes
• P11Ds
• Overview of expenses and benefits
• Employer provided accommodation
• Assets
• Bicycles and bike to work schemes
• Business mileage using own vehicle
• Car parking and parking spaces
• The difference between business and personal expenses
• Round sum allowances
• Bonuses including non cash bonuses
• Clothing and uniforms
• Company cars and fuel
• Pool cars
• Shared cars
• Leased cars
• Company vans and fuel
• Computers
• Congestion charge
• Credit, debit and charge cards
• Childcare
• Employee suggestion schemes
• Gifts
• Home and mobile phones
• Homeworking
• Personal incidental overnight expenses
• Employee beneficial loans
• Long service awards
• Medical and dental insurance
• Employee assistance schemes and counselling
• Relocation
• Business and staff entertainment including social functions
• Gifts and awards including third parties
• Travel including oyster cards
• Trivial benefits
• Vouchers
• The interaction between tax and NICs treatment and where payments
have to be processed through the payroll

• Record keeping
• Useful links
For further information contact us on 0203 871 8870 or
training@globalpayrollassociation.com
Course Dates
07th December 2017 – London UK
Book Now

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CPD Qualification Hours: 6

An introduction to UK expenses and benefits
Cost: £389+VAT, $550, €469
10% off for GPA members
Book Now
There are many changes for the current tax year and we are already
aware of changes for future years. So its important that employers
ensure their procedures and systems are fit for purpose for the tax years
2016/17 and 2017/18.
Expenses and benefits are a complex area and can be even more
emotive than pay since everyone has their own idea of what they should
or shouldn’t be able to claim tax free. And what’s more the regulations
that govern these expenses and benefits often change as does the
reporting and so when HMRC undertakes compliance reviews this area
is seen as quick wins since few employers get it right every time.
There are a number of changes, which impact PAYE Settlement
Agreements and P11Ds, payrolling benefits, and salary sacrifice. And so
it is important for all employers to understand these changes in both the
treatment of payments and the reporting requirements.
In this course not only will you learn about the complexities surrounding
expenses and benefits and have confidence in managing the payments
and reporting and any future liabilities you will also have a full

understanding of the changes for the current and future years.
You should come away from with this course understanding:
• Legislative and reporting requirements
• Payrolling benefits
• Salary sacrifice including the changes
• PAYE settlement agreements including the changes
• P11Ds
• Overview of expenses and benefits
• Employer provided accommodation
• Assets
• Bicycles and bike to work schemes
• Business mileage using own vehicle
• Car parking and parking spaces
• The difference between business and personal expenses
• Round sum allowances
• Bonuses including non cash bonuses
• Clothing and uniforms
• Company cars and fuel
• Pool cars
• Shared cars
• Leased cars
• Company vans and fuel
• Computers
• Congestion charge
• Credit, debit and charge cards
• Childcare
• Employee suggestion schemes
• Gifts
• Home and mobile phones
• Homeworking
• Personal incidental overnight expenses
• Employee beneficial loans
• Long service awards
• Medical and dental insurance
• Employee assistance schemes and counselling
• Relocation
• Business and staff entertainment including social functions
• Gifts and awards including third parties
• Travel including oyster cards
• Trivial benefits
• Vouchers
• The interaction between tax and NICs treatment and where payments
have to be processed through the payroll

• Record keeping
• Useful links
For further information contact us on 0203 871 8870 or
training@globalpayrollassociation.com
Course Dates
07th December 2017 – London UK
Book Now

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