2019 Loan Charge - revenue and costs

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Dear Her Majesty’s Treasury,

1) Please provide a breakdown of the additional revenue estimate by year from the introduction of the 2019 Loan Charge by amounts expected from a) employers and b) individuals.

If time permits within the constraints of the FOI Cost Limit, please also provide any or all of the following information.*:

2) Details of the amount of tax expected or assumed to be written off due to insolvencies broken down by a) employers, b) individuals
3) Other positive or negative revenue impacts forecast or assumed due to insolvencies. For example, but not restricted to, loss of future tax revenue due to inability to work in specialist field, loss of security clearance.
4) Other positive or negative revenue impacts forecast or assumed due to mental health consequences. For example, but not restricted to, inability to work due to depression.
5) Forecast or assumed additional government expenditure in future years due to additional insolvencies. For example, but not restricted to, JSA, Housing Benefit, Working Tax Credits, Universal Credit, ESA, SMI, Care and Support.
6) Forecast or assumed additional government expenditure in future years due to impact on mental health. For example, but not restricted to, PIP, ESA.

* If the FOI Cost Limit will not be reached by Question 1, but any additional questions would breach the FOI Cost Limit, then please provide only the answer to question 1.

Yours faithfully,

Richard Ralph

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Dear FOI Requests,

The policy paper published on 22 November 2017 titled “Disguised Remuneration: further update” gives an estimated exchequer impact of the measures. Please provide a breakdown of this impact by a) amounts to be paid by individuals b) amounts to be paid by employers.

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Richard Ralph

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