Phillip Hammond has strongly hinted that Britain could be in store for some tax rises, and if so, they will be announced in his Budget next month. The tax rises will be in a bid to ease what is now years of austerity.
Shared Parental Leave received much fanfare from both the government and the media when it was finally agreed upon and put into action, and as is put brilliantly by Rachel Suff, advisor at CIPD, it marked a “milestone for gender equality”.
In this piece we’re going to tackle the question that an increasing number of companies, both large and small, have started to ask themselves as they look beyond conducting their payroll in house, to outsourcing payroll.
New research reported by CIPD.co.uk found that a staggering 44 per cent of European employees have been paid late at some point during their career.
The provisions that are contained within the Working Time Regulations 1998 (The Regulations) with regards to holiday entitlement taken with recent case law has seen an, understandable, increase in confusion with regards to what employees are legally entitled to. In this article, we are going to eliminate the confusion and tell you precisely what […]
Now when an official tax agent calls up HMRC to ask for the pay and tax details of one of their clients that they have been given full authorisation to represent, HMRC will decline to provide this information.
Payroll legislation has forever been changing and growing. But the pace of change and growth of payroll legislation has sped up markedly over the last decade and shows no sign of slowing. In a short space of time there has been the introduction of RTI, followed by Auto Enrolment, and even more recently big […]
The government defines the gender pay gap on their official site as “the difference between the average earnings of men and women” that is stated “relative to men’s earnings”. The government provides an example to illustrate this, which is that “men earn 15 percent more than women, per hour”. It is crucial to note […]
HMRC have decided to start using RTI data to amend tax codes as part of their new initiative called “PAYE Refresh”, which comes into effect from the 2017-2018 tax year.
The Scottish Parliament approved the Scottish Rate Resolution on the 21st February 2017. What the resolution does is separate the UK into two distinct tax regimes for specific non-savings as well as non-dividend taxable income.