Watch out for the tax plans for interims

By Toni Hall | 03 August 2016

What would you say if told you that your council will soon be required to become tax collectors for HMRC? What about being held liable for the tax arrangements of your interims and contractors if you’ve recruited them without a third party involved? Yes, you did read that correctly – held liable for another individual’s tax arrangements that you have no oversight of. 

 
It’s an interesting concept isn’t it? It’s a bit like saying your council will be held liable for an employee who might have not completed their own self-assessment properly and your organisation is being fined.

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