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Many employers give their employees a gift at Christmas.  If you are one of those generous employers have you considered whether there are any tax implications for the employee on the gift you give?…
Most apprenticeships tend to start in September so now is a good time to consider what having an apprentice involves for you, as an employer and what the costs might be.…
An article I read recently stated that there is £28m of overpayments on student loans waiting to be reclaimed.  Are you one of those who have paid more than you needed to against your student loan debt?…
The summer holidays are in full swing and you may be wondering whether you should pay your staff while they are on holiday. All employees and workers are entitled to paid holiday which begins to accrue…
If you want to grow your business at some stage you will need to take on your first employee.  It can be daunting because there are many things you need to consider.  But once you have taken that first step you are on your way to developing your business.…
Are you an employer who agrees a net pay arrangement with their employees?  This net pay arrangement means that you as an employer guarantees that an employee will receive the same amount of pay every pay day.This creates a financial risk to your business because…
Did you know that as an employer you can claim £3,000 every year against your Employer's National Insurance contributions? Known as the Employment Allowance, it was introduced in April 2014 to encourage employers to take on more staff.  The Allowance was originally set at £2,000 but soon increased to £3,000 enabling employers to benefit for longer. The Allowance is claimed…
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:…
February 2018 sees the last group of employers reaching their Staging Date and auto enrolling eligible employees into a Pension Scheme. But what happens to those employers who haven't put a pension scheme in place by their Staging Date?  …
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…
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