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.
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.
Payroll errors are expensive. Recent research found that payroll errors cost UK companies around £700 million in the last financial year alone.
According to national accountancy chain, UHY Hacker Young, the government has collected £737 million from investigations into tax avoidance and employer compliance errors.
Is your payroll department functioning correctly? If it isn’t then how would you know without comparing it to others? Thankfully there are some common, well known signs of a payroll system in crisis and they are much the same in medium and large companies. So if you are witnessing at least one or more […]
The 2016 Employee Outlook Research paper from the CIPD has found that 36% of the UK employees surveyed are dissatisfied with their current pay level and more worryingly that 25% of employees plan to leave their current company in the near future.
We are going to break this article down into three distinct parts for easier digestion and comprehension. We are first going to outline, briefly, what the IR35 rules are, from there we are then going to succinctly explain what the proposed changes to the rules are.
For those that are unaware, as is succinctly explained by Gov.uk “a salary sacrifice arrangement is an agreement between an employer and an employee to change the terms of the employment contract in order to reduce the employees entitlement to cash pay”.