Get the message on Budget measures

Corden, Helen
May 2016
Employee Benefits;May2016, p21
The article discusses employment law and employee-related tax issues and their effects on the 2016 budget proposed by British chancellor George Osborne. It mentions the policy of the British government on termination payments and those that can be considered income tax-free and those free from national income contributions (NICs). It cites the recommendations under the 2016 budget for national minimum wage hourly rates.


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