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Edition No. 112

Date:- 16 August 2003

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LEAFLET ON TAX RULES FOR PURCHASING OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SUPPORT

Report with thanks to the HSE.

A leaflet to help employers understand tax rules relating to the purchase of occupational health support has been published by the Health and Safety Executive.

The leaflet - Tax Rules and the Purchase of Occupational Health Support - sets out in broad terms the tax and National Insurance Contributions (NICs) treatment of occupational health support including those items that are tax deductible.

Elizabeth Gyngell, Head of HSE’s Better Working Environment Division explained:- “HSE has received many requests from small businesses asking for clearer information on the tax position regarding the provision of occupational health support and this has lead to a collaboration between HSE and Inland Revenue to produce this leaflet.

We believe that most employers want to provide help for staff but part of the problem is that they need to be aware of what is possible. Greater clarity and consistency in the rules governing employee tax liability for occupational health support, such as is laid out in the leaflet being published today, will be very welcome."

PIER HEAD TO HOST CLASSICAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

DURING the summer months, the Liverpool waterfront has been host to many a concert extravaganza that has seen many of the big names from the pop world in recent times who have been bereft from the city in many years.
But the aftermath of the summer pops has not left a gaping crevice as a classical concert by featuring the world famous Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Wilson - set to be the largest of its kind in Liverpool this century.

A spectacular light show that includes lasers, projections, lighting and fireworks on 20 September to highlight the ambience created by singers Stephen Gadd and Claire Rutter as part of the promotions for Liverpool City council in conjunction with the Northwest Development Agency.

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