February 2021 Employer Bulletin published

HMRC have published their new format web delivered Employer Bulletin. It’s absolutely packed with important information which will aid payroll professionals in obtaining vital information and guidance.

There are a plethora of important topics:

  1. Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
  2. VAT deferral new payment scheme – opt-in from the end of February 2021
  3. VAT reverse charge for construction and building services
  4. Disguised Remuneration
  5. Prepare for tax changes if you engage or supply contractors – Off-payroll working rules (IR35)
  6. Changes to the Construction Industry Scheme
  7. Employer provided cycles exemption
  8. Social Security Coordination: update on the Trade Cooperation Agreement
  9. HMRC pension scam webinar for employers and agents
  10. Filing and payment dates for Short-Term Business Visitors Appendix 8 – formerly special arrangement made under Regulation 141
  11. Student and postgraduate loans
  12. Basic PAYE Tools – new release
  13. End of year reporting
  14. New National Minimum Wage rates and changes to the National Living Wage qualifying age
  15. P9 Notice of Coding
  16. Employees’ addresses
  17. Register as an employer
  18. National Insurance number delays – update
  19. Business Tax Account – 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 data to be removed
  20. National Insurance holiday for employers of veterans
  21. Van benefit and car and van fuel benefit uprating for 2021
  22. Company car changes for P11D: Ultra-low emission vehicles and Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure
  23. Making sure you meet all PAYE Settlement Agreement criteria
  24. Changes to the treatment of termination payments and post-employment notice pay for Income Tax
  25. Withdrawal of P45 and P60 bulk stationery
  26. More information and feedback

PAYadvice.UK 10/2/2021

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