February 2022 HMRC Employer Bulletin

HMRC publishes their Employer Bulletin online 6 times a year, providing employers and agents with the latest information on topics and issues that may affect them.

In the February 2022 edition there are important updates and information on:

PAYE

Basic PAYE Tools ― new release

Changes to our Employer Helpline processes

Health and Social Care ― National Insurance contribution increase

New National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage rates

P9 Notice of Coding

It’s time to prepare for making your last Full Payment Submission or Employer Payment Summary of the year

Student and postgraduate loans: updated thresholds and rates from 6 April 2022

Freeports Employer National Insurance contributions relief

Reporting expenses and benefits for tax year ending 5 April 2022

Decommissioning of HMRC’s Online End of Year Expenses and Benefits Service April 2022

Grossing up benefits and expenses through payroll

National Insurance holiday for employers of veterans

UK Transition

Register for Trader Support Service

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and information

Claiming back Statutory Sick Pay due to Coronavirus

Update to Job Retention Scheme claims information on GOV.UK

Tax updates and changes to guidance

Umbrella Companies: call for evidence due to close on 22 February 2022

VAT reverse charge for construction and building services

Changes to the Construction Industry Scheme

Making Tax Digital for VAT is coming ― are you ready?

Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay in Northern Ireland ― new employment right coming into force ― 6 April 2022

Impact of the change to National Minimum Wage on Statutory Maternity Pay

General information and customer support

Sign up and join thousands of small businesses boosting their growth through the government-backed Help to Grow: Management course

HMRC’s support for customers who need extra help

PAYadvice.UK 17/2/2022

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