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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
National Wage Increases April 2019
In a few weeks time the national minimum wage will increase. As of 1st April 2019 the new rates will be as follows:
Now From April 2019
From April 2019
25 and over
21 to 24
18 to 20
Example: An apprentice aged 22 in the...
Increase in workplace pension Contributions
Since October 2012 9.5 million workers have enrolled work place pensions. Individuals saved an extra £6.9bn into workplace pensions in 2017-18 as a result of auto-enrolment and opt-out rates are still believed to be below 10%.
In April 2019, along with the...
Are you aware of the Tax-Free Childcare Benefits?
Tax-Free Childcare is a government scheme that helps working parents, including the self-employed and company employees, with childcare costs. At last the self-employed can claim tax free childcare benefits.
If eligible, employees could get up to £2,000 per child,...
New entitlement to Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay
The government is introducing a new workplace right to Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay for parents who lose a child under the age of 18, including those who suffer a stillbirth from 24 weeks of pregnancy.
The Parental Bereavement...