Payroll sector prepares for key changes in 2019/20

The next 12 months will see a number of new changes to payroll policy that could have an impact on a wide range of businesses. To give an overview of how businesses could be affected by these changes, below are

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4.4 million extra people saving into workplace pensions

The latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) show that since 2012, the number of people saving into a workplace pension has increased by 4.4 million. This means that by 2015 – the latest date for which

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Businesses reminded of changes to National Minimum Wage

From 1 October the UK national minimum wage (NMW) has increased for all workers under the age of 25. For the 270,000 workers aged 21-24 in the UK earning the NMW this means they have seen their hourly wage rise

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FSB sounds alarm on National Living Wage

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has issued a warning about the impact of the introduction of the new National Living Wage (NLW) on the ability of some SMEs to turn a profit. Research, published by the FSB in September,

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Employers must register payroll changes

Smailes Goldie is reminding clients that PAYE legislation is changing from 5 April 2016, so employers who intend to or are already payrolling benefits and expenses must register with HMRC using the new online Payrolling Benefits in Kind (PBIK) service.

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Get ready for payroll changes

Smailes Goldie is reminding clients that PAYE legislation is changing from 5 April 2016, so employers who intend to or are already payrolling benefits and expenses must register with HMRC using the new online Payrolling Benefits in Kind (PBIK) service.

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HMRC outlines Benefits in Kind and expenses real time reporting

PAYE legislation is changing from 5 April 2016, so employers who intend to or are already payrolling benefits and expenses must register with HMRC using the new online Payrolling Benefits in Kind (PBIK) service.

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Payroll industry is coping with auto-enrolment

Research into the impact of automatic enrolment on the payroll industry has found the time needed to help SMEs to stage is now an average of 20 days. The study is published by the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP)

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