British Revenue targeting Ryanair pilots in Britain

Pilots employed by Ryanair are being investigated by the British revenue authorities over their tax records.

10th August, 2013

Pilots employed by Ryanair are being investigated by the British revenue authorities over their tax records.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has sent letters and questionnaires to British pilots employed by the Irish airline, questioning why they cannot find their tax returns or social insurance records.

Many Ryanair pilots are not direct employees of the company, but are hired as contractors through a complex structure. The pilots are assigned as directors in pre-formed companies, and...

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