Report: Offshore employment intermediaries

The measure is aimed at ensuring the correct amount of tax and National Insurance Contributions (NICs) is paid when UK and UKCS workers are employed by offshore companies or engaged by or through offshore employment intermediaries. The measure also introduces a record keeping and return requirement for intermediaries placing workers with end clients but not deducting income tax and NICs at source.

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