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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Changes to the law on payslips
    From 6 April 2019 your business will have to give every worker on its payroll - not just employees - an itemised pay statement. In addition, some new information must be provided. What’s happening?
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Have you overlooked student loan repayments?
    Have you overlooked student loan repayments?..New loan plan. These days it’s not just youngsters who are required to make student loan repayments, and the size of the loans can mean your employees might be making repayments for years. In April 2016 a new repayment scheme was introduced so that there are now two types: “Plan 1” and “Plan 2”. As an employer you need to know which applies. Which plan? According to HMRC, employers frequently overlook student loans or choose the wrong plan type. To avoid...
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  • 600+ Business Solutions - Going paperless with payslips
    Your supply of payslips is running out and your payroll manager has suggested going paperless. You’ve no objection, but are there any special steps you need to take to put it into practice?
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Employing former students
    Employing former students..Students. With a new batch of former students entering the job market, as an employer you need to be aware of a recent change to the student loan repayment rules. On 6 April 2016 a new scheme for collecting loan repayments from wages was introduced. Scheme 1 applies to students who took out a loan before 1 September 2012 and their pay exceeds £17,495. Scheme 2 applies to students who took out a loan from 1 September 2012 and their pay exceeds £21,000. Just checking. When you ask...
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - HMRC’s mission to ensure correct P11Ds
    The deadline for submitting P11Ds for 2014/15 is 6 July 2015. If your company’s forms don’t come up to par HMRC can reject them, which could lead to penalties. What can you do to ensure the forms are correctly filled in?
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Could your payroll software land you with a tax bill?
    In a recent case the tribunal ruled that a failing in a company’s payroll system, which resulted in an employee paying too little tax, made it liable to pay the shortfall. What steps can you take to protect your company from this type of trouble?
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