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The new rules for SAYE schemes on the permitted delay period for contributions came into force at the beginning of the month.
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The Worked Examples Group (WEG) has published its first worked example for Public Service Mutual Healthcare CICs on the website of the Employee Share Ownership (Esop) Centre.
An important phase in collaboration between HMRC and the employee share scheme sector was marked on July 9th 2018 with the publication of the first jointly agreed worked example on the website of the Employee Share Ownership (Esop) Centre.
Pett Franklin have been cited in the Ownership Effect Inquiry report entitled “The Ownership Dividend: The Economic Case for Employee Ownership”.
The UK High Court has recently dismissed a claim that email communications with HMRC regarding the amount of tax due in a settlement amounted to a legally binding contract.
The LSE has made changes to the AIM rules, requiring all AIM companies to adopt a recognised corporate governance code on a 'comply or explain' basis.
The EU Commission has announced its approval of the prolongation of the UK's EMI share option scheme.
The Upper Tribunal has ruled in favour of the HMRC finding that sole directors/shareholders could be personally liable for any unpaid PAYE and NICs.