Moving to the ‘new normal’ – Working from home & downsizing

As we move out of lockdown, where we have perhaps embraced new ways of working and some wholesale remote working from home, employers may be thinking about adopting working from home (WFH) as a ‘new normal’.

However, the costs and expenses relating to WFH can create issues and the devil is in the detail, with quite a ‘high bar’ to clear for HMRC to accept that home is a workplace and that travel to any of your premises is to a temporary workplace that is not taxable.

This article was originally written by our colleagues at MHA MacIntrye Hudson.