Author Dave Jennings
Author Ian Goodwin
Edition 2019-20
Publication 17 April 2019
Length 960pp approx
Suitable for Finance directors, tax advisers, payroll departments
Price 120
ISBN 9781912386147

Employee Benefits & Expenses


The 2019-20 edition is now being prepared for publication and will be available around the middle of April. Payment may be made now via this page, or you may email us asking us to advise you when it is published.

The definitive guide to the taxation of employee benefits, for P11D season and throughout the year.

A thorough, practical guide to the fast-moving area of employee benefits and expenses: cars and vans, loans, vouchers, compensation payments, travel & subsistence, and much more. The book represents very good value for such comprehensive expert coverage (see the full table of contents below).

This clearly presented work, written for finance directors, tax advisers and payroll departments, will enable employers to plan the provision of employee benefits with a full understanding of the appropriate tax rules, reducing the the risks of penalties and unintended tax liabilities.

"Succeeds remarkably well in explaining the rules clearly and comprehensively." TAXline review of earlier edition

Dave Jennings CTA is Tax Director and head of Tax Investigations and Employment Tax at Qubic Tax. Read more here.

Ian Goodwin CTA joined Mazars in 2017 after 12 years with KPMG. Ian helps lead Mazars LLP's Employment Tax & Reward team in the UK and is based in Leeds. Read more here.

Click on the links below to see the table of contents and/or some sample pages. Or look at the full index pages to gain an impression of the comprehensive coverage of this volume. Note that for now these are the pages from the 2018-19 edition, but they will be updated before the end of March.

Contents of this 2019-20 edition include:

  • Everything from the previous editions, updated as necessary to reflect the changing tax rules.
  • Statutory changes re termination payments.
  • Clarification of OpRA, particularly for company cars.
  • Deferral of Class 1A NIC charge in certain circumstances.
  • Flat rate subsistence and benchmarking.
  • Accommodation no longer exempt for certain employees.
  • Changes to apprenticeship levy.
  • Case law developments, including Moorthy; Daniels; Higginbottom, Critchley and Lyons.