Disguised remuneration schemes are arrangements that pay loans instead of ordinary income to avoid Income Tax and National Insurance contributions.
The loan charge has been introduced to tackle the use of disguised remuneration schemes.
People who anticipate having difficulty paying what they owe under the loan charge will be able to agree a manageable payment plan with HMRC depending on individual circumstances. There is no limit, and people will be given as long as they need to pay what they owe.
This issue briefing sets out more information on the loan charge and outlines advice for those affected by the loan charge.