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Salary Sacrifice Schemes under review – your chance to contribute

August 2016

Schools that have salary sacrifice schemes as a benefit for staff paying school fees can take part in the government consultation on proposed reforms.

The purpose of the consultation is to explore potential impacts on employers and employees should the government decide to change the way the benefits code applies when a benefit-in-kind is provided in conjunction with a salary sacrifice or some flexible benefit schemes.

The government is keen to seek views from a wide range of stakeholders, including employers who operate salary sacrifice and flexible benefit arrangements, their representatives, trade organisations and any other interested parties.

Click here to take part in the consultation.

The deadline for responses is 19 October 2016.

 

If you would like to discuss any aspect of this article further or if you have any questions relating to salary sacrifice schemes, please contact Sue King on 0113 244 6100.

You can keep up to date by following Wrigleys Education team on Twitter here or sign up for details of Wrigleys events here

The information in this article is necessarily of a general nature. Specific advice should be sought for specific situations. If you have any queries or need any legal advice please feel free to contact Wrigleys Solicitors

 

August 2016

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