Payroll

National Minimum Wage – The new rates from April 2021

The National Minimum Wage will increase from April 2021. The higher rate also known as the National Living Wage will be £8.91 per hour. Below we go through the new rates. There are also important new changes for 23 and 24 year olds. National Minimum Wage – Steps to take The hourly rate increases are …

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Supply Chain Fraud – Payroll Services

Supply chain fraud can manifest itself in many forms. Here we will concentrate on payroll services. Due Diligence when Choosing a Payroll Provider HMRC have recently issued a warning in their Employer Bulletin 78. The warning relates to supply chain fraud in payroll services/providers. It warns employers to undertake the following. Sufficient and proportionate due …

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Re-Enrolment into Workplace Pension Scheme

Re-enrolment into workplace pension scheme must be completed by employers every 3 years. Even if the staff member has opted out they must be re-enrolled. Compliance with the Pension Regulator Since the introduction of the workplace pension scheme, all staff had been given the opportunity to opt out of auto enrolment. This is still the …

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IR35 Changes for the Private Sector 2020

In April 2020 there will be IR35 changes for the private sector. As a result a large number of contractors will be affected. Why are the IR35 Changes for the private sector happening? Despite HMRC’s best efforts and many changes to IR35 over the years since its introduction. The Government still claim that too many …

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