Government to review how benefits in kind are valued

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Autumn Statement 2016: The government has announced it is to consider how benefits in kind are valued for tax purposes.

According to the supporting documentation to the Autumn Statement, which was announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond today (23 November), this will include a call for evidence on the valuation of benefits in kind at Budget 2017.

The government will also publish a consultation on employer-provided living accommodation.