Millions to be able to request flexible working on day one of employment

Workers to have a greater say over when, where, and how they work under new government plans to make flexible … Continue reading Millions to be able to request flexible working on day one of employment

Tax year 2023/2024: Car and van fuel benefit charge increased

HM Revenue and Customs have confirmed the decision to increase the Expenses and Benefits rates for tax year 2023/2024, effective … Continue reading Tax year 2023/2024: Car and van fuel benefit charge increased

Statutory Parental Payment increased by 10.1% from April 2023 to £172.48

Following the governments Autumn Statement on 17th November 2022 and indication that benefits would rise by 10.1%, it has been … Continue reading Statutory Parental Payment increased by 10.1% from April 2023 to £172.48

National Minimum and Living Wage rise for April 2023

The government states it is committed to ending low pay. From 1st April 2023, the National Living Wage (NLW) will … Continue reading National Minimum and Living Wage rise for April 2023

Chancellor delivers plan for stability, growth and public services

The Chancellor has, Thursday 17th November 2022, announced the Autumn Statement, its aim to restore stability to the economy, protect … Continue reading Chancellor delivers plan for stability, growth and public services

Reversal of National Insurance Increase takes effect

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From today , 6 November 2022, the 1.25% point cut to National Insurance rates for employees and employers takes effect … Continue reading Reversal of National Insurance Increase takes effect

Christmas 2022 – when are the Bank Holidays and what about paying early?

As Christmas Day and New Year’s Day fall on weekends, neither is a bank holiday and therefore substitute days are … Continue reading Christmas 2022 – when are the Bank Holidays and what about paying early?

Chancellor brings forward further Medium-Term Fiscal Plan measures

Dear PAYadvice, Please share the following message sent on behalf of the HMRC External Affairs Team.  Earlier today the Chancellor of … Continue reading Chancellor brings forward further Medium-Term Fiscal Plan measures

Chancellor brings forward further Medium-Term Fiscal Plan measures

The Chancellor of The Exchequer Jeremy Hunt has, Monday 17th October 2022, brought forward a number of measures from 31st … Continue reading Chancellor brings forward further Medium-Term Fiscal Plan measures

3rd National Insurance change confirmed for 6th November 2022

The 1.25 percentage point rise in National Insurance will be reversed from 6th November 2022, the Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has … Continue reading 3rd National Insurance change confirmed for 6th November 2022

Real Living Wage increases to £10.90 in UK and £11.95 in London

The Living Wage Foundation has announced their new uplifted rates early on Thursday 22nd September 2022, a day ahead of … Continue reading Real Living Wage increases to £10.90 in UK and £11.95 in London

HM Treasury confirm Friday 23rd September 2022 for the mini budget

Subject to the agreement of the House of Commons, On Friday 23rd September, Chancellor Kwai Kwarteng will unveil the Growth … Continue reading HM Treasury confirm Friday 23rd September 2022 for the mini budget

PAY.UK Confirm Monday 19th September 2022 as a non-payment processing date for BACS

From: Pay.UK Enquiries <Enquiries@wearepay.uk> Sent: 12 September 2022 16:43To: PAYadvice.U.K.Subject: RE: External : Bank Holiday 19th September 2022 Good afternoon,  … Continue reading PAY.UK Confirm Monday 19th September 2022 as a non-payment processing date for BACS

Directors of a tax avoidance promoters named for the first time

HMRC uses new powers to publicly name the directors of tax avoidance promoting companies. Tax avoidance bosses have been named … Continue reading Directors of a tax avoidance promoters named for the first time

Preparing for the 3rd National Insurance payroll change!

With the resignation of Boris Johnson and the ongoing election of a new Prime Minister with announcements to be made … Continue reading Preparing for the 3rd National Insurance payroll change!

Parents and carers of 16 to 19-year-olds have less than one week left to confirm whether their teenager is staying in full-time education or approved training.

While young people are considering their future beyond their GCSE or Scottish National Certificate results, HMRC is asking parents and … Continue reading Parents and carers of 16 to 19-year-olds have less than one week left to confirm whether their teenager is staying in full-time education or approved training.

Regular asymptomatic testing for Covid will be paused in all remaining settings from 31st August 2022

Routine asymptomatic testing will be paused across remaining settings, including hospitals and care homes, from 31 August as Covid cases … Continue reading Regular asymptomatic testing for Covid will be paused in all remaining settings from 31st August 2022

August 2022 HMRC Employer Bulletin

HMRC have published their August 2022 edition of the employers bulletin. It covers a multitude of topics: PAYE PAYE Settlement … Continue reading August 2022 HMRC Employer Bulletin

Tens of thousands will be helped to take stock of their work, wellbeing and finances through the DWP’s “Mid-life MOT” initiative.

The Mid-life MOT is a review for workers in their 40s and 50s that helps them take stock of their … Continue reading Tens of thousands will be helped to take stock of their work, wellbeing and finances through the DWP’s “Mid-life MOT” initiative.