Payroll

6
Mar

Off-payroll working rules to go ahead from April 2020

  Review confirms off-payroll working rules to go ahead from April 2020 The government has confirmed that reforms to off-payroll working rules for the private sector will go ahead from 6 April 2020. The off-payroll rules have applied to the public sector since 2017 and the government has carried out a review of the roll-out to the private sector. The

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6
Mar

Coronavirus sick pay: ‘Day one’ Statutory Sick Pay

  Coronavirus measure: Statutory Sick Pay from ‘day one’ The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced that when it comes to Coronavirus, sick pay entitlement for employees will begin from day one. This means employees will be entitled to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) from day one when self-isolating rather than having to wait until day four under the SSP waiting

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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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9
Sep

HMRC latest guidance for employers

  HMRC latest guidance for employers HMRC has published the latest edition of the Employer Bulletin. This guidance for employers, and their agents, includes articles on: Class 1A liabilities payable on Termination Awards and Sporting Testimonial Payments Off-payroll working rules from April 2020 Disguised Remuneration Seasonal Workers Contractors operating CIS – new VAT reverse charge on building and construction services

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9
Sep

PAYE late filing and late payment penalties

  PAYE late filing and late payment penalties HMRC has confirmed that it will continue its risk-based approach to payroll Real Time Information (RTI) PAYE late filing and late payment penalties this tax year. Rather than late filing and late payment penalties being issued automatically, HMRC will continue to issue them on a risk-assessed basis during 2019/20. HMRC has also

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9
Sep

ICAEW: Simplify apprenticeship funding

  ICAEW urges Governement to simplify apprenticeship funding The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has urged the government to simplify the complexities of accessing apprenticeship funding. The Apprenticeship Levy took effect from 6 April 2017 and changed the way in which apprenticeships are funded. Larger employers are required to pay a levy of 0.5% of their

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2
Aug

Wage growth at at highest since financial crisis

  Wage growth at highest since financial crisis Data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that UK wage growth increased to 3.6% in the year to May 2019, the highest rate since the financial crisis in 2008. According to the ONS, wages have been rising faster than inflation since March 2018 and that increases to the

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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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