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Do I have to pay tax on my settlement agreement?

Do I have to pay tax on my settlement agreement?

30 Sep, 2022

There are several elements within a settlement agreement that are usually taxable. These include but are not limited to: -

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The Queen’s Funeral and Bank Holidays

The Queen’s Funeral and Bank Holidays

14 Sep, 2022

At present, there are 8 bank holidays per year in England and Wales. Following the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, it has been announced that the day of her funeral - Monday 19 September - will be a national bank holiday for the whole of the UK. 

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Redundancy and Settlement Agreements

Redundancy and Settlement Agreements

10 Jul, 2022

Redundancy is one of the potentially fair reasons for dismissal.

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The differences between a COT3 and Settlement Agreement

The differences between a COT3 and Settlement Agreement

24 Jun, 2022

COT3 and Settlement Agreements are both agreements which are used to resolve employment related disputes but there are some differences between the two. 

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What a Settlement Agreement cannot prevent you from doing

What a Settlement Agreement cannot prevent you from doing

16 May, 2022

A settlement agreement is a contract between an employer and employee, usually for a sum of money, in return for the employee’s agreement not to pursue any claims in an Employment Tribunal or any other Court. 

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