Where employees are required to work at home, their employer may provide office equipment or pay to boost the employee’s home internet service. Generally, these costs are not taxable on the employee if there is no significant private use of the asset or service. In some certain cases, an employee can avoid being taxed on
Working at home allowance Where you are required to work at home, your employer can pay you a tax-free allowance of £6 per week (or £26 per month). This allowance is to cover the additional costs incurred by using your home as a workplace, such as heat, light, metered water, insurance and broadband fees.
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