Will it be diamonds, fine wines or a retailer's voucher? Paying employees 'in kind' is one way in which employers can mitigate their NI liabilities

Booth, Neil
August 1994
Accountancy;Aug1994, Vol. 114 Issue 1212, p113
Trade Publication
Discusses how paying employees "in kind" can help employers mitigate their National Insurance (NI) liabilities in Great Britain. Problems with NI from an employer's point of view; Consensus for a payment to remain a payment in kind for NI purposes; Difficulties of using corporate credit cards to buy private goods or services.


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