What can we expect from a HMRC NMW inspection?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 7 June 2019
We've been informed by HMRC, they're coming in to conduct a national minimum wage inspection. What can we expect and how can we prepare?
Scott: At least they told them.
Seamus: Yeah, well, that's a good heads-up, I mean, to take a frank and honest approach. I've never really had to legally be involved in an inspection that's taking place. That's probably more of what an accountant would do. And certainly . . .
Scott: And you've got good clients, so they . . .
Seamus: Well, they tend to be, although it doesn't be a bad time whenever sometimes clients make errors and you can get some work out of them then. But yeah, I mean, look, the basics are that
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