A Loan Charge is a tax for individuals who were previously paid with a loan that was never intended to be paid back. The individual or employer may be liable.
When the Loan Charge was first introduced, it was a single charge of 45% on all disguised loans from 1999 to 2019. However, the rules have now changed to only apply to loans from December 2010 to present.
The tax liablities fall on the employer if they set up the scheme. However, if the employer no longer exists, the Employee is liable to pay
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