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How do I set a person's secondment?


"How do I set a person's secondment?"

Secondment is where a person's temporarily sent to work in an overseas branch of their company.

To set a person's secondment settings:

  1. First, select the person on: MenuPeople
  2. Then tap: TaxTax settings
  3. Next, scroll down and tap the "Secondment" heading, to see its three settings.
  4. Select the option that best fits the person's situation for: Seconded from company in another country
  5. If you're not sure which option to select, tap the GOV.UK link, to read more.
  6. If the person's a European Economic Area citizen, and can show you their passport, turn on: EEA citizen
  7. Again, if you're not sure, read more on the GOV.UK link.
  8. Where the person's in an EPM6 (Employment Procedures Modified, Appendix 6) scheme, turn on: Included in an expatriate modified scheme
  9. Like before, if you're not sure, read more on the GOV.UK link.
  10. And finally, tap: Save

Keep in mind that:

  • Secondments are usually for a person to exchange experience and skills, or to replace other workers.
  • Secondments are usually done by large companies with branches in more than one country.
  • Secondment means the person pays UK income tax on their UK earnings.

To learn more:

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about entering a person's secondment settings!

Updated: Thu, Oct 19, 2023.

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