Workshop Title: Sport and the Law
Date: Wednesday 22 January 2014
Venue: John Dryden House, Northampton
This interactive course provides essential information for sports coaches to ensure they satisfy goverenment regulations and requirements. Failure to meet regulations and requirements could result in financial penalties. The workshop will covering the following topics:
Legal Status – definitions and requirements for the various ways coaches/workers can be paid in sport – self-employment, employment, casual work, volunteering with expenses – and outline the paperwork required for each of these types of service.
Self employment - outline the strict HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) self-employment guidelines that, if not satisfied, can result in a hefty tax bill for both coach and client. We detail how to check whether you are meeting the guidelines and what documentation is required to satisfy HMRC.
Employment - We review the various types of employment available to those in sport, including flexible contracts such as zero hours and casual worker contracts. We outline the paperwork required by HMRC for the various types of service.
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