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Payslips to Emphasise Social Care Levy

Payslips to Emphasise Social Care Levy

HMRC asks payroll operators to raise awareness of the Health and Social Care Levy The problem with introducing new taxes is that nobody likes paying the existing ones, never mind the new additions. That is, perhaps, one reason why the new Health and Social Care Levy...

IR35: So How’s it Going?

IR35: So How’s it Going?

As we approach the end of the year, what’s the state of IR35’s report card? This April, life changed if you were a self-employed worker contracting your services through an umbrella company or similar, or you were a company employing such contractors. IR35 altered the...

6 Ways to Take Make Your Business More Sustainable

6 Ways to Take Make Your Business More Sustainable

Looking for practical ways to boost your business’ sustainability? We’re betting you’ve already ticked off the low hanging fruit. Changed your energy tariff? Check. Reduced waste, with a big push on recycling? Check. Started to make sustainability a bigger part of the...

Payroll tax penalties – who pays them, and how to avoid them?

Payroll tax penalties – who pays them, and how to avoid them?

Every company is required to make certain deductions from staff payroll and pay them on to HMRC. But what if you don’t pay the right amount, don’t pay on time or don’t pay at all? Is the company liable, or are the company directors? Each month, when your staff payroll...

The New Right to Carer’s Leave

The New Right to Carer’s Leave

The Government is set to introduce a new day-one right to leave for carers. Here’s what your managers and payroll team need to know. Why is the Government introducing carer’s leave now? “Juggling caring responsibilities and work can be challenging and can limit the...

Are You At Risk of the Great Resignation?

Are You At Risk of the Great Resignation?

How to keep your head (and your staff) when all about you are losing theirs. Recently, workers at a branch of Burger King in Nebraska decided enough was enough. As the Mail Online notes, general manager Rachel Flores had been working 60 hour weeks in a restaurant...

Mandatory Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting Takes A Step Closer

Mandatory Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting Takes A Step Closer

Gender pay gap reporting is already a fact of life for organisations with 250+ staff. The same can’t be said for ethnicity pay gap reporting, but with a petition to make it mandatory now set to be debated in Parliament, it may have just taken a step closer. It seems...

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