Nigel was previously an HMRC Inspector and has worked in the Big 4 for 18 years before joining MHA MacIntyre Hudson in January 2017. His experience includes work on a range of employment tax matters for a range of major national and international businesses as well as SME and OMB businesses. This includes work primarily in the Automotive, Hospitality & Leisure, Logistics and Construction sectors.
Nigel has aided clients in managing employment tax risk and mitigating HMRC settlements, as well as spending a considerable amount of time designing, implementing and communicating arrangements to reduce employment tax cost. He has worked on a large number of car consulting projects, including the development and design of bespoke arrangements for clients, including ECOS, Salary sacrifice and Hybrid fleet arrangements. He is a member of the Association of Taxation Technicians.
Nigel spends his free time coaching junior female football, running his 3 children to after school activities. When he gets the chance, he likes to get out on his mountain bike and explore the ‘hidden’ trails in the local Wyre Forest.
IR35 approach needs a rethink.
As expected, Philip Hammond has announced a further crackdown on people providing services through Personal Service Companies (PSC).
A plumber has won the latest in a long running legal battle for working rights in a Supreme Court issued today. However, will it have huge ramifications for freelance workers?
HMRC has launched its long-awaited consultation into ‘Off-Payroll’ working in the private sector.
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Recently over 1,000 lorry drivers have been left owing large sums of tax after finding that the accounting company they used disappeared with the money.
Van operators face continued pressure on margins, increasing inflation and labour costs. They need to focus on every aspect of their supply chain and the government’s plan to encourage demand for electric vehicles is a positive development.
On 5th May 2017 HM Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) issued a call for evidence relating to the taxation of employee expenses. The deadline for submissions was 10th July 2017.
HMRC has recently confirmed changes to overnight allowances that will radically affect the payment of sleeper cab rates. There are serious implications for both employers and employees due to increased record keeping and auditing requirements.
Constant changes to company car tax mean that anyone with responsibility for fleets or in...
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