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Employee loans: law and HMRC rules


Some employers offer their employees low interest or interest-free loans.  This page provides information on the different types of loans that employers may make and their tax treatment. Contents include loans to employee shareholders, short-term loans and advances, loans without tax liability, those that are written off and interest.

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