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  • Payroll Professional - Gross v net
    Sometimes you need to make sure that an employee takes home a specific amount of money, for example so that they’re not out of pocket due to tax and NI deductions. How do you go about grossing up a payment?
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  • Payroll Professional - NMW could be on the rise in 2020
    NMW could be on the rise in 2020..As part of the Spring Statement on 13 March 2019, the government published a policy paper asking the Low Pay Commission to monitor and evaluate the National Living Wage and to recommend whether economic conditions allow for the rate effective from April 2020 to meet 60% of median earnings by October 2020, which is the government’s objective subject to sustained economic growth. The government has also appointed Professor Arindrajit Dube to undertake a review on the latest...
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  • Payroll Professional - Employment rates published
    Employment rates published.. The Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2019 that came into effect on 6 April 2019 has set the rates for redundancy pay and other employment rights rates for 2019/20 for England, Wales and Scotland. In respect of redundancy the new rate (£525 per week) applies where the date of the redundancy is on or after 6 April 2019. As Northern Ireland has devolved responsibility for employment matters, it set its own rates, and these are detailed in the Employment Rights (Increase...
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  • Payroll Professional - New fuel type for company cars for 2019/20
    New fuel type for company cars for 2019/20.. For the 2019/20 tax year there will be a new fuel type reported on P11D or P46(car) forms or through payroll (if you payroll company cars). Fuel type “F” must be used for cars that meet the new RDE2 (also known as Euro 6d) standard so the adoption of this technology can be tracked. For cars manufactured after September 2018, use the online Vehicle Enquiry Service from the DVLA or the Form V5C (often referred to as the logbook) to identify whether a car meets RDE2....
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  • Payroll Professional - Explaining the gender pay gap
    The second gender pay gap reporting deadline passed on 4 April 2019. If you’re caught by the reporting requirements what do your results tell you, and how should you communicate this to employees?
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  • Payroll Professional - Private sector off-payroll rules
    The public sector has been battling with the off-payroll rules since April 2017. In 2020 it will be the private sector’s turn. What do we know about the plans and how should you prepare?
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  • Payroll Professional - What’s new with student loans?
    If you employ staff with postgraduate loans, you’re required to start making deductions through payroll in addition to undergraduate loans. Are you up to speed with the process changes?
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  • Payroll Professional - New year, new tax issues for pensions
    With more people saving into pensions thanks to auto-enrolment, they need to be aware of the interaction with the tax system to ensure maximum efficiency. What are the key elements to be aware of?
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  • Payroll Professional - The new FPS
    The new full payment submission will enable you to send year-to-date figures to correct 2018/19 records from 20 April 2019 onwards. What’s to know?
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  • Employment Memo - Preface
    Preface. -Employment Memo 2019 provides practical guidance and dynamic and fast-moving commentary on employment law and practice. It is accessible and easy to navigate, while retaining depth of coverage on a wide range of employment issues. In addition to the handbook, the service includes: - a full online service (including tables of acts, statutory instruments and cases), with integrated updates; and - fortnightly e-mails detailing developments or points of interest. -Employment Memo 2019 has been updated...
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