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Visa fees, Legal fees, Travelling costs

Tushar Shah
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Visa fees, Legal fees, Travelling costs

Postby Tushar Shah » Mon Dec 11, 2017 2:39 pm

Employer-sponsored Indian employee under the Tier 2General Intra Company. Employers agreed to pay following expenses, are these expenses is an allowable expense or fall under the benefit in kind?

 Solicitor cost – Paid directly by employer
 Home office visa fees – Employee
 Home office visa fees – Spouse & Children’s
 Travelling cost – ( Includes Airfare ) - Employee and his family

etf
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Re: Visa fees, Legal fees, Travelling costs

Postby etf » Mon Dec 11, 2017 3:42 pm

post186469.html?hilit=etf%20visa%20fees#p186469

The earlier post link above may help regarding the visa fees part of your query.

KR

etf

Tushar Shah
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Re: Visa fees, Legal fees, Travelling costs

Postby Tushar Shah » Fri Dec 15, 2017 1:36 pm

Hi,

Thanks for your reply same applied to spouse and children as well?

AmanSood
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Re: Visa fees, Legal fees, Travelling costs

Postby AmanSood » Mon Dec 18, 2017 9:32 pm

the visa costs of spouse and children should also qualify/be non-taxable assuming they are non-UK domiciled.
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