Expenses in the Public Sector - mentioned in HMRC doc just published after the Budget Expenses in the Public Sector - mentioned in HMRC doc just published after the Budget
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    Default Expenses in the Public Sector - mentioned in HMRC doc just published after the Budget

    "As a result of feedback received during the technical consultation, it will be optional for the agency or public sector body to take account of the worker’s expenses when calculating the tax due. This change would put these workers in the same position as other employees, whose employers can choose whether or not to reimburse the expenses they incur."

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...es-legislation

    Not sure what this will mean in practice - any thoughts?

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    bored now

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    It means Tarbera wins the who is best at lobbying game....
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    It means that if you're inside IR35 you really should be negotiating with your client that they pick up the tab for your expenses. After all, they're avoiding countless other tax and permie obligations.
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