Carl Wood, Author at Just Global Payroll
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Football feels the weight of HMRC

Football feels the weight of HMRC

Feel that HMRC unreasonably targets smaller businesses rather than the big beasts? Its raid on football could be a sign that things are changing. Earlier this month, HMRC announced that it had collected £702 million in unpaid payroll taxes, largely by focussing on the...
Gender pay gap myth-busting

Gender pay gap myth-busting

With new regulations coming into force in April, there’s still widespread misunderstanding about the requirement for gender pay gap reporting. A quick recap: from April 2017, businesses and charities with more than 250 employees will be required to place on their...
How will Brexit affect your payroll?

How will Brexit affect your payroll?

The EU hokey-cokey has stopped with Britain deciding it’s out. So what does that mean for your payroll? It’s worth prefacing this post with an almighty ‘don’t know’ as the UK starts to come to terms with finding a new Prime Minister, possibly a new opposition leader...
Queen’s Speech outlines new auto-enrolment protections

Queen’s Speech outlines new auto-enrolment protections

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is being given new powers to protect auto-enrolment pensions that use master trust schemes. The concept is sound enough: SMEs seeking a way to auto-enrol their employees are choosing master trust pension schemes, that is, multi-employer...
How ‘keep in touch’ days affect payroll

How ‘keep in touch’ days affect payroll

You’ve a member of staff on maternity leave or shared parental leave. They can, by agreement, return to work for a number of days as a way of keeping in touch. But what are the details? Keeping in touch days can be a valuable tool for employers and employees. It can...

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