Business Insight Breakfast

  • 03/02/16 Author Julie Mordue

You are invited to join us for a Business Insight Breakfast

In the March 2015 Budget, the government announced the intention to remove tax relief for travel and subsistence for temporary workers on what is effectively ordinary commuting. Following a lengthy consultation, the government have now drafted legislation which is expected to be effective from 6th April 2016.

Businesses are potentially exposed to financial and operational risks, where they operate a temporary workforce via employment intermediaries who operate the ‘expenses model’.  In restricting the tax relief available on travel and subsistence, the legislation is expected to have a material financial impact on the employment intermediary, which the employment intermediary may look to pass on to the end client as an increased cost of the temporary worker.

NRG and our partners at EY and Bond Dickinson invite you to the Business Insight Breakfast and hear how from legal and tax professionals how this may impact your business and existing contractual arrangements.

Date:    Wednesday 24th February 2016

Time:    8.00am – 10.00am

Venue:  EY, City Gate, St James’ Boulevard, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4JD

Cost:    Complimentary

For further information and to reserve your space please register via Eventbrite or contact Julie Mordue on 0191 2604407