Employers once had to complete a P9D form and submit this to HMRC. It was used to tell HMRC about non-operational expenses and benefits they had provided to employees earning less than £8,500. The £8,500 threshold has been abolished, and employees should submit a P11D to report expenses and benefits in kind.
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