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Tax relief on training costs was one of the interesting consultations that relates to current rules favouring employees especially where their employer meets the cost. The good news is that the government wants to widen tax relief for training costs that add entirely new skills to a persons repertoire. Current rules mean they are only entitled tax relief for keeping existing skills up to date.
You can have your say before the consultation closes on 8 June 2018!
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