Susan has over 30 years of experience in comprehensive personnel coverage, planning and risk reduction, both from a board and compliance perspective. Provides real hands-on business insight into everyday problems in collaboration with finance, payroll, tax and HR professionals. She is the current Vice Chair of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), which also sits on the Labour Tax Committee and is an ambassador for Suffolk New College. Susan is a Charter Institute of Taxation Fellow (FCTA), a member of the Technical Taxation Association (TCA) and an associate member of the Charter Institute of Paying Professionals (ACIPP). Susan is an experienced facilitator and writes regularly for a number of publications. She also regularly collaborates with HMRC`s policy team on sectoral tourist sites. Susan was in-list in the 2018 and 2019 Reward Strategy Reward 300 Hall of Fame and the 2019 Accountancy Financial Power List. HMRC explains in EIM 50605 s. how certain building and civil engineering employees can benefit from travel and accommodation allowances under work rules agreements without deduction of taxes under PAYE. Labour agreements are being drawn up between employers` organisations and trade unions, which define the conditions of many workers in the construction and related sectors. If you work from home, your employer may pay you a work-from-home allowance to reimburse you for additional household expenses such as gas and electricity. If your employer pays you up to £6 a week or £26 a month, the allowance is automatically exempt.
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