TaxCorporate TaxIT professionals could be hit with bankers bonus tax

IT professionals could be hit with bankers bonus tax

IT pros could come under the remit of the bankers bonus tax

High-earning bank IT workers could also be hit by the bankers’ bonus tax.

The taxman told banks that senior IT staff supporting bankers and financiers
would be affected by the 50% levy on bonuses of more than £25,000, reported
The
Times
.

British
Bankers Association
chief Angela Knight said that the meeting with
HM Revenue & Customs had cleared up some aspects of how the levy would work,
while others still required clarification.

Further reading:

Read
The Times’ story

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