BBC presenters told to pay tens of thousands in back taxes as judge rules against them


Wed, 18 Sep 2019

Three BBC news presenters have been told to pay hundreds of thousands of pounds in back taxes, despite the High Court finding that the corporation forced them into the wrong contracts. Joanna Gosling, David Eades and Tim Willcox were pursued by HMRC for £920,000 as part of a crackdown on the use of personal service companies.




Category: Taxation »  Employment. Keyword(s): Employment status; IR35; Personal service companies. Area(s) of law: Employment; Tax; Private Client.
Source: Telegraph

 

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