Late night taxis..the revenue get tough!
HMRC have tightened up their interpretation of rules which can enable employers to pay for taxis for late working employees without incurring a tax liability.
If an employee works later than usual at night it is not uncommon for an employer to pay for a taxi home. Is this a taxable benefit? In general – Yes – but there is an exemption in certain circumstance provided by the tax legislation (section 248 Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003).
The circumstances are:
Date: 6th September, 2007
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