Disguised Remuneration and Pay

Published / Last Updated on 28/06/2018

Disguised remuneration is usually paid as a 'reward' to employees, directors, contractors and sometimes self employed and usually in the form of a loan from separate entity or trust which is 'designed' to never be repaid.

Law Change 09/12/2010: Loans after 06/04/99 must be disclosed - 20 year anniversary on 05/04/2019.

HMRC has said 'register an interest' that you may be affected bu such a scheme by 30/09/2018.

Failure to register will mean no negotiation with HMRC with full income tax and national insurance payments payable immediately.


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