Correspondence

Letters between OTS and Exchequer Secretary: employee benefits and expenses

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Letters between OTS and the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury regarding a simplification review of employee benefits and expenses.

Documents

Letter from OTS to David Gauke MP

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Letter from David Gauke MP to OTS

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Detail

On 15 November 2012 we wrote to David Gauke, the Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, proposing a further simplification review on employee benefits and expenses to start after Budget 2013.

In his Autumn Statement on 5 December the Chancellor announced that the government had asked us to undertake the review, starting after Budget 2013.

On 10 December the Exchequer Secretary, David Gauke MP, formally replied to us and agreed the terms of reference for the review.

We’re inviting input into the review of employee benefits and expenses. Please contact:

Office of Tax Simplification

1 Horse Guards Rd
London
SW1A 2HQ