Benefits in Kind for non-employees
Hi. I've been working for a company for over 2 decades and the ongoing flouting of the General Expenses Rule has continued to be the bane of my life. The other issue is that the MD continues to insist upon paying the regular expenses of folk not employed by the company (not family or customers either) i.e. flights, hotel accommodation, private medical etc. which amounts to thousands of pounds annually. He then insists that these are declared on his P11D. The full expense is therefore off-set against CT and only 40% + the Class 1A is therefore paid. This has and continues to cause major issues for our working relationship particularly as he will just hold up his hands, plead ignorance and point to me in the event that an HMRC inspection should pick up on this. Is there any particular legislation or similar which covers this area specifically and which will enable me to show him once and for all that what he is doing is wrong? Thank you.