The Treasury has published a call for evidence requesting information to improve the government’s understanding of the wider picture around remuneration including the factors and issues that influence businesses’ and individuals’ decisions when negotiating remuneration packages.
The evidence sought will be used to supplement the government’s other data sources and is intended to improve the tax policy making process by providing an informed backdrop to shape future policy decisions.
The paper asks questions across four broad areas:
- What different forms of remuneration make up remuneration packages?
- Why are different forms of remuneration used?
- How are different forms of remuneration provided?
- What does the future of remuneration look like?
This call for evidence is running alongside four consultations on employee BIK and expenses.
Date: 28th July, 2014
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