'One hundred' BBC presenters face HMRC tax investigation

'One hundred' BBC presenters face HMRC tax investigation
 

About 100 BBC presenters are being investigated over whether they paid too little tax by working as freelancers, not staff, legal documents have shown.
HMRC is examining 100 figures who were paid via personal service companies.
A tribunal ruling in a case involving BBC News presenters Tim Willcox and Joanna Gosling revealed HMRC has opened enquiries into 100 other on-air stars.
The BBC said the tribunal related to between 2006 and early 2013, when it adopted a new employment status test.
The case relates to whether Willcox and Gosling were eligible to be paid as freelancers through their... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 53
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