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Employers should be planning ahead for the national minimum wage and pension contribution increases which will take effect from April 2018. The new rates will be:…
An EU court recently awarded a man 13 years of backdated holiday pay.  The EU court supported the man's claim for 13 years worth of unpaid and untaken annual leave despite him having a "self-employed commission-only" contract.  His employers had refused to pay him holiday pay on the basis that he was "self-employed" and therefore any holiday he took was unpaid. This decision is significant…
If you employ someone in your business or in your home as a carer and they are not self-employed or paid through an agency you have certain responsibilities.  Here are seven of the steps you need to take to meet your responsibilities:…
If any of your employees have expenses or benefits it is time to prepare your P11D and/or P11D(b) for the 2016-17 tax year. These must be submitted by 6 July 2017 and any Class 1A NICs due on these expenses and benefits must be paid by 22nd July 2017.…
Did you know that if your employee is not reimbursed for travel or things they buy for work they can claim tax relief? The tax relief is claimed online…
If you are considering employing an apprentice there are some things you should know:…
With the new payroll year just beginning businesses have been thinking about outsourcing their payroll or changing their provider. Now is a good time to make that change. When you are a small business with just a few employees you rarely have to deal with any complex situations but when one comes along it can be confusing and there is no-one to go to advice. As a payroll provider we deal with complexities with on a monthly basis.…
One more monthly payroll and we will be starting a new tax year for 2017-18. Are you aware of the changes you need to implement?…
Sick Pay is a statutory payment due to employees who meet certain criteria:…
From 1st October 2016 new minimum wage rates will apply to workers up to the age of 24. The National Living Wage rate of £7.20 per hour which was applicable from 1st April 2016 doesn't change. The National Living Wage must be paid to workers aged 25 and over.…
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