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Do you have employees who work in the EU, The EEA or Switzerland
In the event the UK leaves the EU without an agreement, there may be changes for UK employers who have people who work in the EU, the EEA or Switzerland.
Currently the EU Social...
Re-enrolment - what do you need to do?
Every three years employers have to assess their staff for re-enrolment. Any staff who have left their pension or reduced their contribution must be assessed and re-enrolled if eligible.
We’ve produced a factsheet about re-enrolment, you can download a...
Penalties - PAYE RTI – HMRC Update
Following a review, HMRC has decided to continue the risk-based approach to PAYE late filing and late payment penalties throughout the 2019/20 tax year.
This means that late filing and late payment penalties will be considered on a risk assessed...
Make sure you get filing with HMRC and Pensions Procedures right first time.
Do you have seasonal workers on your staff?
Auto-enrolment can be complicated enough with regular full and part time staff but what if you employ seasonal staff in the summer or Christmas period....
What is a Tax Code?
Your tax code is used by your employer or pension provider to work out how much income tax you will pay from your salary, wages or pension. Your tax depends on how much you earn. Currently the personal tax allowance for...
Re-enrolment & Pensions – Your on-going duties
By now all employers should have a workplace pension scheme in place for all eligible employees.
Once the initial pension scheme is set up there are several on-going duties that must be completed by the employer on a regular basis....
Payroll & NI when you take on a new employee
When you take on a new employee you need to get them set up on the payroll system as soon as possible.
Making sure you have all the relevant information for a new employee avoids future problems...
Reporting payroll when your normal payday falls on a non-banking day
The date you pay your employees is usually agreed when they begin working for you and is normally a calendar date, ie 28th of each month or a day, the last Thursday of the month.
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On-going Duties and Re-Enrolment for Work Place Pensions
There are a few things you need to do when it comes to Work Place pensions. Once your scheme is set up you have a list of on-going duties. We have listed below the main duties.
Ongoing duties include