Tax cuts planned for April 2023

Chancellor announces new Growth Plan with biggest package of tax cuts in generations The government has announced that the planned 1% point cut to the Basic Rate is to be brought forward by 12 months to next April. To allow people to keep more of their money, the Basic Rate of Income Tax will now … Continue reading Tax cuts planned for April 2023

National Moment of Reflection

The National Moment of Reflection will take place at 8pm on Sunday 18th September 2022. The public have been invited to take part in a National Moment of Reflection to mourn the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and reflect on her life and legacy. The National Moment of Reflection will take place at … Continue reading National Moment of Reflection

Flag flying guidance following the death of Her Majesty The Queen

The following guidance has been issued in relation to Flag flying during this period of mourning. Following the death of Her Majesty The Queen, all official flags, including the Union Flag, should be half-masted. Following the death of Her Majesty The Queen, all official flags, including the Union Flag, should be half-masted from as soon … Continue reading Flag flying guidance following the death of Her Majesty The Queen

Help for 2,000 adults with autism into work

A new £7.6 million government initiative has been launched to help over 2,000 adults with learning disabilities and autism move into work. The Local Supported Employment (LSE) initiative is providing grant funding to 24 local authorities in England and Wales, representing an investment of £7.6 million over the next three years. Each local authority area … Continue reading Help for 2,000 adults with autism into work

Legislation update 2023 for payroll

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Following the successful Legislation update for 2021 and then 2022 for payroll by PAYadvice.UK with 20 thousand hits and downloads since its launch at the beginning of 2021 - PAYadvice.UK are constructing its PAYadvice Series Legislation Update 2023 for payroll. We believe that PAYadvice was the first organisation in the UK to bring together the … Continue reading Legislation update 2023 for payroll

April 2022 – New Tax Year resources

PAYadvice endeavours to keep you as up to date as possible with the latest and developing changes impacting payroll and HR. The latest version 22.9 includes the announcements made at the spring statement 2022 which took place on 23rd March 2022.: The increase to primary threshold from 6th July 2022The increase to the Employment Allowance … Continue reading April 2022 – New Tax Year resources

Welsh Devolved Taxes and Welsh Rates of Income Tax – Draft Budget 2022-2023

Welsh Rates of Income Tax The draft Budget assumes the three Welsh Rates of Income Tax (basic, higher and additional) will remain at 10% (10p in the pound) for 2022-23. This will be subject to Senedd approval through a Rate Resolution and will mean that Welsh taxpayers will continue to pay the same rates as … Continue reading Welsh Devolved Taxes and Welsh Rates of Income Tax – Draft Budget 2022-2023

Legislation update 2022 for payroll

Following the successful Legislation update 2021 for payroll by PAYadvice.UK with 19,500 hits and downloads since its launch at the beginning of 2021, following the UK budget on 27th October trigger and confirming a number of payroll changes for April 2022, along with announcement by States of Guernsey and States of Jersey - PAYadvice.UK have … Continue reading Legislation update 2022 for payroll

Welsh Government Attachment of Earnings Orders consultation

The Welsh Government is seeking views on the proposal to amend earnings thresholds for Attachment of Earnings Orders (AEO) issued by Welsh local authorities. They are proposing to uprate the AEO thresholds so that the level of earnings taken into account for council tax purposes reflects ‘real terms change’. Increasing the earnings limits will protect … Continue reading Welsh Government Attachment of Earnings Orders consultation

Tax year 2021/2022 tax tables published

For those who like to use the tax tables for the occasional manual calculation or problem checking and resolution, the HMRC have published new 2021/2022 tax tables applicable for payments commencing from 6th April 2021. These provide the monthly and weekly calculation tables for the whole of the United Kingdom including the variations for Scotland … Continue reading Tax year 2021/2022 tax tables published

Budget 2021 – Income tax and National Insurance contributions

The government will maintain the income tax Personal Allowance and higher rate threshold and National Insurance contributions Upper Earnings Limit and Upper Profits Limit at their 2021-2022 levels up to and including 2025-2026. HM Treasury have issued the following in relation to announcements at budget 2021: As announced at Spending Review 2020, the government will … Continue reading Budget 2021 – Income tax and National Insurance contributions

6th April 2021 tax changes confirmed

Following the Scottish budget, the HMRC have confirmed the tax allowances, rates and thresholds for 2021/2022 across the UK, these are effective from 6th April 2021. The tables below provide both the current and the new tax year values. Personal Allowance England and Northern Ireland Tax calculations for 6th April include changes announced by the … Continue reading 6th April 2021 tax changes confirmed

Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) launched

New agreement ensures the rights of UK residents to access emergency and medically necessary care when travelling in the EU will continue. UK’s new Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) launched as part of UK / EU dealGlobal Health Insurance Card (GHIC) will gradually replace existing European Health Insurance Cards (EHIC) UK residents will now be … Continue reading Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) launched

Plan for jobs – Financial Support Package

The Government’s claims its comprehensive package of financial support is continuing to protect jobs and help businesses and individuals through the COVID-19 outbreak in guidance issued Friday 8th January 2021. Rishi Sunak: There's no denying the next few weeks are going to be difficult. But the end is in sight. That’s why we’ve redoubled our … Continue reading Plan for jobs – Financial Support Package

Legislation Update 2021 for payroll

PAYadvice.UK have issued its 21.4 version of the PAYadvice Series Legislation Update 2021. This is a compilation of the confirmed changes due for 2021 for the UK, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The original version was made available on 7th January 2021. We believe that PAYadvice was the first organisation in the UK … Continue reading Legislation Update 2021 for payroll

2021-2022 Welsh Rate of Income Tax (WRIT) – No change

The Welsh Government draft budget has proposed a no change basis for Income Tax for the 2021/2022 tax year - Wales stays in alignment with England and Northern Ireland (sometime referee for Income Tax purposes as the rest of the UK or rUK. The following is extracted from the Welsh Government draft budget document at … Continue reading 2021-2022 Welsh Rate of Income Tax (WRIT) – No change

Budget 2021 – date announced

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has announced that the government will publish the Budget on Wednesday 3 March 2021. The Budget will set out the next phase of the plan to tackle the virus and protect jobs and will be published alongside the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR). Opinion … Continue reading Budget 2021 – date announced

Wales: The Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) extension

Support for care workers who are required to stay off work due to actual or suspected COVID-19 or because they have to self-isolate. Please note that this Scheme relates to care homes located in Wales. It does not apply to England, Northern Ireland or Scotland. The Statutory sick pay enhancement scheme supports care workers who … Continue reading Wales: The Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) extension

Government extends Furlough to March and increases self-employed support

Workers across the United Kingdom will benefit from increased support with a five-month extension of the furlough scheme into Spring 2021, the Chancellor announced today, 5 November. businesses and people across the UK given certainty over winter months with further support announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunakthe furlough scheme will now be extended until the end … Continue reading Government extends Furlough to March and increases self-employed support