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The new payroll year begins on 6 April 2020 and employers should be aware of the changes they will need to make to pay rates.…
It is more than 3 years ago that small businesses began to have an obligation to set up an auto enrolment pension scheme for their employees.  There was a lot of information available to employers at the time through the media as well as by post so there couldn't have been anyone who wasn't aware that they had a legal duty to set up a pension scheme for their employees who were eligible to join a scheme. In February 2016 I was invited to give evidence to…
HMRC is not always right when it comes to what you owe them.  Over the years we have had lots of situations where HMRC have told our clients they have underpaid PAYE when they haven't.  Although, to be fair, they do notify clients when they have overpaid too. …
With the changes to the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage just around the corner HMRC have published the top ten ways an employer may not be paying the minimum wage even though they think they are. Here are the top ten common mistakes employers make:…
From 6 April 2016 employers who have an apprentice may not need to pay employers National Insurance Contributions (NICs) on their earnings. If your apprentice is under 25, earning below…
If you have employees you will want to know how much you can pay your employees in 2016-17 before you have to pay employer National Insurance Contributions and if there are any further benefits which will help you as an employer. …
There can't be many employers who aren't aware of the living wage rate which comes into effect from 6th April 2016. Increasing the minimum wage for employees aged 25 and over from £6.70 per hour to £7.20 per hour this will be a significant cost for some employers especially in businesses such as hospitality, child care and care in the home for the elderly and disabled.…
I was very privileged last week to be invited by John Glen MP to attend the Department for Work and Pensions Select Committee to provide an insight into how auto enrolment is affecting small businesses. The DWP Select Committee launched an inquiry into pensions auto enrolment in December 2015 and since then a variety of individuals and organisations have provided written or given oral evidence.…
All businesses who employ staff will be aware from the adverts on television, the articles in the press, editorials online and the information letters they will have received from The Pension Regulator that they cannot ignore Pension Auto Enrolment. So what are the 5 most important things you need to do before it is too late?…
For the last two weeks Karen, our Auto Enrolment Administrator, has been busy setting up workplace pension schemes with The People's Pension. This has been the most popular pension scheme with our client employers and several of them decided to have it set up before the new charges came into place today. Since the announcement was made Karen has set up 12 schemes for …
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