Our Human Capital Advisory services team can assist you in all aspects of employee related issues including:
Our specialist Human Capital Advisory team are a specific dedicated team drawn from key services such as employment tax, global mobility, share incentives and HR solutions. This multidisciplinary team offers a complete service for all your workforce planning and management.
As an employer, people are your greatest assets and at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, we understand your needs and stay at the forefront of changes in employment regulation, to deliver the best advice and guidance for the unique requirements of the workforce of your business.
Employment tax risk is an important area to consider. Our tax specialists can help with all aspects of employment tax including the latest on IR35. With our help you will be able to create and manage efficient employment tax strategies and gives you the confidence that any tax obligations for your business are dealt with effectively and efficiently.
We can help you in all areas including:
It is important to ensure that you motivate and reward your key employees correctly to ensure long-term growth for your business. We can help you decide and design what is best for your business, whether it is HMRC tax advantaged plans such as:
or equity arrangements which combine reward effectiveness with tax efficiencies using the general tax rules such as:
Our service combines tax advice, company and share valuation work as well as the legal drafting needed to implement your selected equity incentive plan. We can also assist you in the associated HMRC annual reporting requirements for whatever plans you decide to implement.
In today’s business environment employers find themselves managing an increasingly international workforce. Cross-border employment creates complexity from a tax, social security and payroll perspective.
Through our membership of Baker Tilly International, we can help you with the following:
We can help you work through the challenges of global mobility to ensure all compliance obligations are met and that any planning opportunities are considered.
Ensuring that individuals have the legal right to work in the country is critical. We can help support you in achieving this when you have foreign nationals working for you.
We can help you with the following:
We have been appointed as an Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) registered advisor for the UK Government scheme since January 2017.
Your business may not be big enough to warrant a full-time HR department but you will still have HR issues you haven’t got the time or expertise to deal with. We can help in all aspects of transactional HR support including:
We can also help you in more strategic HR support such as organisational structure and strategy; setting of KPIs; cultural and behavioural guidance (e.g. in respect of absence) to maximise the effectiveness of your organisation.
Please contact us to discuss your human capital advisory needs and find out more about how we can assist you and your employees.
As well as human capital advice our firm can advise and assist on related areas such as payroll, pension auto-enrolment and employee ownership.
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Employee trusts have been used by employers for a number of purposes to benefit their employees. Such trusts (employee benefit trusts being one example) have been around for a number of years. The UK tax legislation has always given employee trusts tax advantages where they are implemented to genuinely benefit a company’s wider employee base.
An employment tax specialist, Gordon started his tax career with HMRC spending 8 years as part of a special investigation unit before moving across the divide to PwC in 1997. He later moved into mid-tier, picking up a “Best Tax Team Award” in 2010 working alongside Chris Blundell at Mazars.
More recently, Gordon has acted as an in-house consultant for a number of businesses, thus gaining experience from all three sides of the HMRC-Advisor-Business triangle. He has worked across a number of sectors, including education, property, IT, retail, banking, public sector and not-for-profit and has extensive experience of handling negotiations with HMRC.Get in touch with Gordon Thrower
James is a Tax Partner in the Eastern Region and is our Head of Private Client.
James has been with the firm since 2005 and provides pro-active advice to the firm’s diverse range of clients.
James covers a wide spectrum of tax issues, both corporate and personal. Concentrating on owner managed businesses, high net worth individuals and trusts, his expertise covers income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax planning as well as corporate tax, including mergers and demergers, acquisitions and MBOs, exit and remuneration planning.
James’ strength is in maximising opportunities for clients in relation to tax and seeking to recommend solutions that achieve the best conclusion from both a commercial and tax viewpoint.
Chris has almost 30 years experience in the field of tax advice having joined what was then the Inland Revenue from Manchester University via BT. Since then in his time at both KPMG and Ernst and Young, he has worked with businesses large and small, listed and private, UK-based and international.
He has worked with companies and organisations in all sectors: large insurance companies, international technology companies and hotel and leisure companies to name a few. He heads up the Technology group in London and works with Technology companies large and small on all tax and financial matters that affect such companies at different stages of their growth cycle. He advises his clients on all manner of UK and overseas taxes that affect them and their employees through their employment of staff, both senior and junior. Issues like share incentives, the operation of PAYE, the application of National Insurance, the Construction Industry Scheme and company car fleet taxation are familiar territory for him.
Chris joined Maclntyre Hudson in 2011 from Mazars LLP where he headed up their London Employment Tax Services team. He is a Chartered Tax Adviser and a member of the Chartered Institute of Tax.
Outside work he has the cross to bear of being an avid supporter of West Ham football club. He carries this burden with characteristic equanimity and good humour.Get in touch with Chris Blundell
Richard joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in 2019 with 18 years of experience in the field of human capital, gained from his roles in the Big 4.
He leads the national employment tax team within our Human Capital Advisory practice, as well as specialising in national minimum wage issues.
Richard has deep experience in the issues faced by employers across the key employment tax areas of payroll, expenses and benefits. He also specialises in employment tax status, an area which continues to present shifting and complex challenges to clients.
Richard helps employers design and implement flexible benefits programmes that support their recruitment and retention agendas. Richard has also worked with clients across the retail, gig economy and business services sectors in the field of national minimum wage compliance.Get in touch with Richard Maitland
The relationship with MHA MacIntyre Hudson has always been a solid one. The team are able to respond quickly to problems and achieving timescales. Their international network, Baker Tilly International, gives them breadth and the ability to cover overseas issues. - PRISYM ID
The continuity with their core specialist sector team and ability to give advice across several areas of support has been key to us working together. - Feefo Holdings Ltd