TaxCorporate TaxPensions MP claimed £2,000 for accountancy advice

Pensions MP claimed £2,000 for accountancy advice

Work and pensions minister Tony McNulty claimed expenses for accountancy advice

Work and pensions minister claimed more than £2,000 in expenses for for
accountancy advice,
the
Telegraph
has claimed.

McNulty submitted three bills at a total cost of £2,009 from firm HW Fisher.

His spokesman said he declared the accountancy fees ‘as benefit in kind and
tax was paid at 40 per cent throughout the period referred to’.

McNulty had recently paid back £2,600 received on expenses for mortgage
interest payments on property his parents lived in, which were calculation
errors rather than a bigger problem with the claim.

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