BBC worker's suicide attempt highlights importance of employer advice

BBC worker's suicide attempt highlights importance of employer advice

Reports that a BBC worker attempted suicide after the stress of being hauled before the courts as HMRC tried to reclaim tax has put focus on the financial advice that employers provide.

In recent months, hundreds of BBC presenters have been told they owe thousands in unpaid historic tax, despite staff saying they set up their own companies on the advice of the BBC.

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