Starting on 1 November, Brian Wood MC will pay tribute to fallen comrades by running a minimum of 26 miles a day for 25...
Tax exemption measures for those who are no longer serving
Under the ELC scheme, most courses of study undertaken by individuals still serving are exempt from taxation, either as income or as a benefit in kind, if they can be justified as ‘work related’ …
In order for Service leavers to benefit fully, HMRC and MoD have worked together to reach an agreement on tax exemption. This means that the Service leaver (or their surviving spouse, civil partner or eligible partner, where appropriate) will not be required to pay income tax on payments received under the ELC or FE/HE schemes. This allows them to draw maximum benefit from the schemes.
The Soldiering On Awards team is proud to present the finalists shortlisted for this year’s Lifetime Achievement...
BFBS has launched a new radio app, available to download for all Android and Apple devices – and, to mark the...
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Jamie Fanneran - Open IT
Jamie Fanneran, 31, served in the Royal Signals, specialising as a Communications Systems Operator, before leaving the Services in January 2016 ‘to settle my family in a fixed location, to give my...Read more »
7 years, 10 months
Natalie Chapman served as a LBdr in the Artillery, specialising in logistics, before leaving the Army in November 2015 after almost eight years of service, to seek a new career after a 'change in her...Read more »