ESM8090 - Basic principles: what happens when there is a payment from a relevant engagement - example
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The amount paid by the client to the intermediary is unaffected by the intermediaries legislation. The client pays B Services Ltd the full amount due under the terms of the contract, i.e. £20,000.
This has the following consequences:
- the amount of £20,000 is be taken into account in working out the amount of the deemed payment which B Services Ltd is treated as making to the worker (Mrs B).
- Mrs B is treated as receiving a deemed payment based upon the amount of £20,000
- this deemed payment is taxable as employment income and subject to Class 1 NICs
- the deemed payment is normally treated as paid on 5 April, that is, the last day of the tax year in question, and
- B Service Ltd’s taxable profits for the accounting period in which the deemed payment is treated as paid are reduced by the amount of the deemed payment and the employer’s Class 1 NICs paid on it