Income tax - Employment income - Expenses and benefits - II. Benefits in kind - Non-taxable benefits - 27275

    Certain benefits, usually made available to all employees, are exempt from charge, as shown in the table at ¶27280. For trivial benefits not exceeding £50, see ¶27410.

    Income tax - Employment income - Expenses and benefits - II. Benefits in kind - Non-taxable benefits - Equipment and communication - Home internet access - 27327

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