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10
Dec

Employer guidance from HMRC

  Employer guidance from HMRC HMRC has issued Employer guidance in the latest Employer Bulletin. This issue includes articles on a number of areas including: guidance for employers on reporting PAYE information in real time when payments are made early at Christmas electronic payment deadline falls on a weekend Ultra Low Emission Vehicle High Income Child Benefit Charge deadline 31

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5
Nov

Employer Bulletin: Guidance for employers

Employer Bulletin: Guidance for employers HMRC has published the October 2019 issue of the Employer Bulletin which contains guidance for employers. Topics in this edition include: Changes for UK employers sending workers to the EU, the EEA or Switzerland PAYE Settlement Agreements and Welsh rate of Income Tax Guidance for employers on reporting PAYE information in real time when payments

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8
Oct

Experts warning over insolvency debts

  Experts warning over insolvency debts Prioritising HMRC over other creditors in insolvencies will have a ‘negative impact on the UK’s economic growth’, experts have warned Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid. The warning was issued in a letter from 11 business organisations and insolvency experts to the Chancellor. Signatories of the letter include the Institute of Chartered Accountants in

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7
Jun

Non-compliance with minimum wage regulations

  Non-compliance with minimum wage regulations A recent Low Pay Commission (LPC) report sets out its findings on the number of people being paid less than the statutory minimum wage regulations. The LPC found that, in April 2018, 439,000 workers were paid less than the National Minimum Wage (NMW). Of this amount, 369,000 were employees aged 25 and over, who

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8
Mar

Employer Bulletin: Latest update for employers

  Latest update for employers HMRC has issued Employer Bulletin (February 2019) which includes a number of interesting articles on: End of year reporting Reporting expenses and benefits Student Loan notices and a new type of Student Loan repayment that employers will need to be able to process via payroll (Post Graduate Loans) Updates to the Starter checklist – used

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6
Sep

Latest employers guidance from HMRC

  Latest employers guidance from HMRC HMRC has published the latest edition of the Employer Bulletin. This employers guidance for employers, and their agents, includes articles on: Reporting your payroll information accurately and on time Irregular payments and completion of Full Payment Submissions Starter Declaration on a Full Payment Submission (FPS) PAYE Settlement Agreements and Scottish Income Tax National Living

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3
Jul

Diary of main tax events – July / August 2018

  Diary of main tax events – July / August 2018 Welcome to this month’s Tax Diary, providing you with all the main tax events for the next couple of months including key deadlines and what’s likely to be due. These deadlines are intended to be used as a guideline and are based on the general requirements of HMRC. As such,

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3
Jul

Short-term business visitors

  SHORT-TERM BUSINESS VISITORS HMRC are consulting on ways to simplify the tax treatment of short-term business visitors from the foreign branch of a UK company, to ensure the UK is an attractive location for business headquarters. The consultation considers potential changes to the PAYE arrangements under which UK employers need not operate PAYE for employees of their overseas subsidiaries

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3
Jul

What is the 2019 loan charge?

  What is the 2019 loan charge? This is a tax charge on any outstanding loans that exist as a result of a disguised remuneration tax avoidance scheme. It applies to any loans that were taken out under a disguised remuneration scheme since 6 April 1999. The most common schemes were Employee Funded Retirement Benefit Schemes (EFRBS) and Employee Benefit

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7
Jun

Diary of Main Tax Events – March / April 2018

  Tax diary: All the main tax events for March / April 2018 Welcome to this month’s Tax Diary, providing you with all the main tax events for the next couple of months including key deadlines and what’s likely to be due. These deadlines are intended to be used as a guideline and are based on the general requirements of

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