April 2022 HMRC Employer Bulletin

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

In April 2032edition of the Employer Bulletin there are important updates and information on:

PAYE

PAYE Settlement Agreements deadline

Electronic payment deadline falls on a weekend

Classification of company cars or vans for benefits in kind purposes

Reporting expenses and benefits for tax year ending 5 April 2022

The official rate of interest for the 2022 to 2023 tax year

Student and postgraduate loans

Freeports employer National Insurance contribution relief

National Insurance holiday for employers of veterans: claims process now live

Claiming Employment Allowance from April 2022

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and information

Extended loss carry back

Reminder to declare coronavirus grants on Company Tax Returns

Cycle to Work coronavirus policy easement ending

Easement ends for employee home-office expenses

Tax on UK income for non-UK residents

Tax updates and changes to guidance

VAT reverse charge for construction and building services

The Administrative Burdens Advisory Board 2022 Tell ABAB survey

Making Tax Digital for VAT is coming to all VAT-registered businesses

Off-payroll working rules (IR35)

Naming tax avoidance promoters

Hybrid working: Employment Income Manual guidance

Working from home: claiming tax relief from April 2022

General information and customer support

Free business advice with Acas now available on Facebook Messenger

Help your employees understand their Child Benefit entitlements

Help shape UK central government complaint handling

HMRC’s support for customers who need extra help

PAYadvice.UK 14/4/2022

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