They we have added (25th September 2023) three more names to the published list of tax avoidance schemes Olympus Contracting … Continue reading HMRC name three more tax avoidance schemes that don’t work
Private Members’ Bill to help millions save more into their pension and start saving sooner has cleared Parliament and been … Continue reading Pension AE changes on the way – but when?
In the August 2023, the HMRC are again reminding employers on the confusing pension scheme tax relief methods along with … Continue reading Pension Tax Relief – what are HMRC on about?
HMRC have issued the August 2023 edition of the Employer Bulletin which brings the latest HMRC updates and guidance to … Continue reading August 2023 Employer Bulletin
As part of the governments introduction of reliefs for investment zones from April 2023, a new recycled list of additional … Continue reading 2024 NI changes: Investment Zone Employer NICs Relief (IZENR)
HMRC have listed another rogue umbrella promoting tax avoidance schemes which do not work. Named on 27th July 2023, Easyway … Continue reading Another tax avoidance rogue umbrella warning
HMRC are concerned on the number of new starters who they receive on Full Payment Submissions with incorrect or missing … Continue reading Getting your new employees tax right
Providing your employer and HMRC with accurate personal information - get the right pay faster When we start a new … Continue reading Starting a new job? Make sure your details are accurate
Change to data HMRC collects HMRC has indicated that proposed change in law will likely require employers to report more … Continue reading Worked Hours reporting change on its way?
The HMRC Software Developer Support Team have shared the following information on a new HMRC campaign to improve the accuracy … Continue reading Upcoming HMRC activity to support employers with new starters
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Global reward Within the reward industry there are many claims of global solutions! But is … Continue reading The ‘Isation’ or is it ‘Ization’ challenge of Global Reward solutions?
In July 2019 (before the COVID pandemic hit the U.K.) the Government consulted on high-level options for reforming parental leave … Continue reading Paternity changes proposed
Following the June 2023 publication by the Department of Business and Trade of the 202 shamed UK employers who failed … Continue reading PAYadvice.UK publishes Minimum pay resources
In the shaming list of 202 employers who had failed to pay minimum wage to their employees and workers, 79 … Continue reading 79 of the 202 shamed employers breached minimum pay due to wage deductions
In the shaming list of 202 employers who had failed to pay minimum wage to their employees and workers, 42 … Continue reading 42 of 202 shamed employers breached minimum wage for apprentices!
78 of the 202 shamed employers breached minimum pay due to unpaid working time An increasing number of employers are … Continue reading Unpaid working time may take pay below the minimum wage
202 businesses have been named by DBT for failing to pay the minimum wage to lowest paid workers. These employers … Continue reading 202 Employers shamed for underpaying minimum wage
For students starting university in England this coming 2023 academic year, a new undergraduate and postgraduate student loan plan type … Continue reading New Student Loan Plan 5 is on its way – payroll deduction start April 2026
Parliament has approved new powers to stop child maintenance economic abuse New law will allow Child Maintenance Service to intervene … Continue reading New child maintenance powers to protect victims from domestic abusers
Introduction HMRC have issued the June 2023 edition of the Employer Bulletin which brings the latest HMRC updates and guidance … Continue reading Employer Bulletin – June 2023
The latest UK labour market figures from the Office for National Statistics show the number of people on company payrolls … Continue reading Over 30 million on UK payroll
Following the call for evidence in the umbrella company market with over 400 responses., the government have published the Summary … Continue reading Regulating Umbrellas
Please share this message with your networks, to help raise awareness of the Help to Save scheme with those who … Continue reading Help to Save extended to April 2025
As part of the government proposals following BREXIT, the ‘Smarter Regulation to Grow the Economy’ published on Wednesday 10th May … Continue reading Are holiday pay changes on the way
Pay increases to meet the cost of living crisis and the rise in National set Minimum pay. With current level … Continue reading Pay rises and the impacts on Maternity – the curse of Alabaster
Paper P11D or P11D(b) (original or amendment) after 6th April 2023 If an employer or agent submits a paper P11D … Continue reading Paper P11Ds – now being rejected
Student and postgraduate loan generic notification service messages to employers As part of the April 2023 Employer bulletin, the HMRC … Continue reading Generic Notifications for student loans – What’s the point!
Every month HMRC creates a PAYE charge for all employers and pension providers. A "small number" contact the HMRC employer … Continue reading PAYE account misbalance – the dreaded duplicates!
HMRC have issued the April 2023 edition of the Employer Bulletin which brings the latest HMRC updates and guidance to … Continue reading April 2023 Employer Bulletin
Ethnicity pay reporting is one of the tools employers can use to build transparency and trust among their employees. The … Continue reading Ethnicity pay reporting: guidance for employers
Under the Promoters of Tax Avoidance Schemes (POTAS) regime, HMRC can publish information about promoters of tax avoidance schemes that … Continue reading STOP notices served on 6 more avoidance schemes
The Department for Business and Trade (DBT), formerly known as BEIS have issued updated information on one of their areas … Continue reading Common causes of minimum pay breach
HMRC Real Time Information submission have indicated a new record number of people on payroll according to the Office For … Continue reading UK Payroll numbers hit new record
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)… confirmed it will support proposals to expand Automatic Enrolment, enabling millions of people … Continue reading Bill passed to expand pension saving to young and low earners
Payroll managers, employers, do you employ those under the age of 21? HMRC are asking for your help to better … Continue reading HMRC NI Category M – GNS Message Questionnaire
HM Revenue and Customs has, as part of the February 2023 Employer Bulletin, confirmed a concession on PAYE responsibilities for … Continue reading HMRC revise reporting obligations on pay advances
HM Revenue and Customs has informed employers as part of the February 2023 Employer Bulletin of changes to reporting benefits. … Continue reading Major changes to reporting benefits
The Government are seeking views on proposals to pro-rata holiday entitlement for part-year and irregular hours workers based on the … Continue reading Calculating holiday entitlement for part-year and irregular hours workers
The Scottish Minister for Public Finance, Planning and Community Wealth has written to the Economy and Fair Work Committee to … Continue reading Scottish Earnings Arrestment change April 2023
Jim Harra, HMRC Chief Executive and First Permanent Secretary, has written to the Chair of the Treasury Committee in response … Continue reading HMRC service issues – response
PAYE notice of coding, also known as a P2 gives taxpayers an explanation of what their tax code is and … Continue reading Getting your tax code right!
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
Thursday 17th November 2022, and great to be amongst payroll and reward professionals at the Reward & Payroll Summit at … Continue reading Reward and Payroll Summit 2022 – part 1