Carers who stay in their employer's home and ministers of religion are being excluded from the removal of the £8,500 benefits in kind (BiK) cap.
The move means that those carers who benefit from board and lodging to look after patients in their own home and religious ministers earning less than £8,500 per year will not be subject to income tax...
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