The pension tax allowances are changing (again).
Join us at one of our breakfast seminars and help your employees avoid unwanted, unexpected and unnecessary tax charges and fines.
Nobody wants to be stung with an unexpected tax bill or fine. But if you don’t know an employee’s total income, what can you do to help prevent it?
• The annual allowance (AA) is being ‘tapered’ for high earners from 6 April 2016, reducing from the current AA of £40,000 potentially to as low as £10,000.
• The reduction means that a large number of your employees could be affected and inadvertently incur unexpected tax or fines.
So what options are available? What are the implications for employers and the options for your workplace pensions and benefits design? Is there an ideal route for employers to take and what are the potential legal pitfalls? Join pensions and benefits experts from Xerox HR services and legal advisers from Stephenson Harwood to hear about the issues, the impacts, and your options, so that you can effectively support your employees.
We are running two sessions on this hot topic, but numbers are limited, so book early to secure your place.
Dates: Tuesday 2 February; Wednesday 10 February
Agenda: 8.30 am – 9.00 am | Arrival & Breakfast
9.00 am – 10.00 am | Seminar
Venue: Buck Consultants at Xerox
160 Queen Victoria Street