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The 2011 holding pattern for personal income tax rates is now seeing a return to the 2010 trend of increasing rates with the global average top personal income tax rate going up by 0.3 percent, according to analysis by KPMG International. However, the UK stands out from this global trend with plans to reduce its top rate of personal income tax from 50 percent to 45 percent next April. Find out more...
Following the ruling on the Reed Employment case, KPMG has put together an in depth commentary detailing the decision and potential ramifications for all employers with salary sacrifice arrangements. Companies should use the case to review their current salary sacrifice schemes, making sure they are robust, but also consider additional areas where salary sacrifice could now be introduced with confidence. Read on to get KPMG’s view on this important case...
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KPMG's Employers' Club has been designed to help employers stay at the forefront of the latest developments on all matters concerning the costs and risks of employing people. Our latest version of the site is the most advanced yet and we believe provides an unparalleled personalised source of information for Employers’ Club members.
KPMG’s Guide to Executive Remuneration 2012 surveys market practice in relation to executive pay and incentives and non-executive directors’ fees in FTSE 350 companies over the past 12 months.
Executive remuneration has remained high on the agenda this year. There have been two main drivers for this. First, in a process instigated and led by Vince Cable, there has been the development of a wave of new regulation intended to empower shareholders through greater transparency and a binding vote on remuneration. This has yet to be finalised, but is expected to take effect from October 2013. Secondly, at a number of companies, shareholders have expressed dissatisfaction with aspects of executive pay – since termed the ‘shareholder spring’.
Against this backdrop KPMG’s Guide to Directors Remuneration 2012 looks at market practice in relation to executive pay and incentives and non-executive directors’ fees in FTSE 350 companies. It also considers the nature of shareholder reaction to pay and possible implications for the future.
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