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Social Levy Payslip Rider Sparks Controversy

Social Levy Payslip Rider Sparks Controversy

A request by HMRC to add a message to payslips has gone down badly in some quarters. But even if you don’t add the rider, what information should you include on your payslips? It’s fair to say that the Social Care Levy has only become more controversial since it was...

Will The NI Rate Rise Happen?

Will The NI Rate Rise Happen?

The ink is barely dry on our latest Just Payroll newsletter which reports, among much else, that National Insurance will increase by 1.25% in April for employers and employees. But will it actually happen? Just one month ago, Britain was in a seemingly endless news...

How do You Take on an Apprentice?

How do You Take on an Apprentice?

National Apprentice Week takes place from 7 to 13 February 2022. As ever, the week will raise the profile of apprenticeships and showcase the difference they can make to companies and individuals. So if you’ve been considering taking on an apprentice but are yet to...

NIC Increases: Ready for the Health and Social Care Levy?

NIC Increases: Ready for the Health and Social Care Levy?

What do you need to do ahead of April’s rise in NIC? Some MPs have called for it to be scrapped. Some care home bosses have called for a rebrand in case the NI rise damages the reputation of the healthcare sector. But according to Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak, it’s...

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...

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