BBC presenter to appeal test case


Mon, 10 Sep 2018

It is understood Christa Ackroyd is to appeal the February 2018 first-tier tax tribunal ruling that found she was in reality an employee of the BBC and therefore not entitled to tax benefits. Ms Ackroyd was employed by the BBC through a personal service company like hundreds of other BBC staff. She was ordered to pay almost £420,000 to HMRC in the test case.




Category: Taxation »  Employment. Keyword(s): Employment status; Personal service companies. Area(s) of law: Employment; Public Sector; Technology and Information; Tax; Private Client.
Source: Times

 

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