Employment taxes, benefits and incentives

Sound employment benefits and incentives planning helps attract, retain and motivate high-quality employees as well as bringing your business substantial tax cost savings.

Employment Taxes Benefits And Incentives

Employers often need answers to a number of important questions in an employment tax landscape that can be increasingly difficult to navigate. How can you streamline employee rewards to maximise return on investment? How should you structure employee remuneration to support your long-term growth plans? Which share schemes are the best fit for your business? What’s the best way to manage your compliance obligations and risks?

Meeting your needs

Bespoke

You’ll get a very personal service, tailored to the precise commercial objectives and talent requirements of your business.

Expert

You’ll have direct access to senior employment tax specialists who’ll give you practical advice without the jargon.

Innovative

We pride ourselves on creative thinking and smart solutions aligned to your overall business strategy to keep you ahead of the competition.

Holistic

You’ll get access to senior people from across our diverse business, including our experienced team of tax professionals and employee benefits specialists.

How we can help

  • Reviews: Streamlining your current reward arrangements and identifying areas where savings can be made.
  • Share schemes: Designing and implementing incentive schemes and share option plans taking account of different stakeholders’ interests.
  • Compliance: Reviewing expenses and benefits arrangements, as well as arrangements for non-executive directors and non-UK resident directors, to ensure they are compliant.
  • International employees: Advising on international secondments, relocations and short-term business visitors.

Our credentials

Longevity

Many of our clients have been with us for decades and our low staff turnover provides continuity through the different phases of the business lifecycle.

Expertise

Our team comprises chartered accountants and chartered tax advisers, many of whom sit on a number of leading professional and industry committees.

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