HMRC to ‘clampdown’ on underpaying business with special team


Back in January a ‘clampdown’ on NMW this was reported in various blogs.  Reports were that a £70 million Dynamic Response Team was being set up. ‘HMRC’s Dynamic Response Team will be tasked with investigating the most high profile and complicated national minimum wage cases.’ Read full article here. Or another article here.

From ‘Recruiter’ online.

“One point that hasn’t been considered is the practise of paying expenses as part of the national minimum wage (NMW). This is something that is under review by HMRC and anyone who is operating in this way and paying contractors less than NMW could see a massive impact on their business”

“Correctly structured, well-managed service providers and staffing agencies have nothing to fear from an HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) clampdown.” Read the entire article here.

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