What are the tax implications of Benefits in Kind (BiK), such as health insurance?

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When a Customer pays for all or a percentage of an employee's health insurance, there is a Benefit in Kind tax (BiK) liability that occurs. This means the employee is liable to pay tax on the health insurance amount the Customer covers. Your health insurance will be taxed through payroll based on the labor laws of your country of residence.

Please refer to the details for each country below:

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