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Not getting your fair share

Tax changes to share-based remuneration in the Finance Act will force companies to look at the value of such incentives to their employees, writes Olivia Lynch

16th April, 2011

The Finance Act is likely to have a significant impact on the attractiveness of share-based remuneration.

Employers providing this form of remuneration need to consider the Finance Act changes very carefully.

The burden of tax compliance has shifted significantly from the employee to the employer, with additional tax costs for both.

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