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Travel and subsistence explained

What changed on the 6th April 2016?

On 6th April 2016 the Government introduced new legislation which imposed restrictions on an umbrella worker’s ability to get tax relief on their travel and subsistence costs.

The restrictions mean that unless it can be shown that an umbrella worker is not under the Supervision, Direction or Control of either; the client, the agency or the umbrella company in the way they carry out their work, they are no longer able to claim tax relief on their travel and subsistence expenses. 

In this video we explain in further detail what these changes are and how they affected umbrella company employees...

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