Category Archives: Payroll

Minimum Wage increases postponed until 2018

Tom Jenner

18 October 2017

For those of you expecting a small pay rise this October, with the annual raise of the National Minimum Wage, you could be in for a wait. This year, the Government announced some changes to the way National Minimum Wage … Read More >>

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Guidance update for salary sacrifice – what do employers need to know?

Victoria Chambers

09 October 2017

Following the changes to Optional Remuneration Arrangements (OpRA), which came into effect in April this year, HRMC has updated the Salary Sacrifice for Employers guidance – and it looks as though a lot of the previous tax advantages have been … Read More >>

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Thinking of outsourcing your payroll?

Wendy Damerall

08 September 2017

If you have ever had an employee remind you that it’s time to issue payroll, have had your payroll calculations questioned or having difficulty tracking accrued leave, then it could be time to outsource your payroll. What better time to … Read More >>

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Have you made the switch to E-Payslips?

Sam Spicer

07 September 2017

Continuing the theme for National Payroll Week, today’s topic is e-payslips. These have been gaining momentum and popularity among SMEs as there are clear advantages to both employers and employees. If you are not already using e-payslips as an alternative … Read More >>

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Regulations for new employees have changed – are you up to date?

Jon Heddle

06 September 2017

The latest in our series of blogs for National Payroll Week, is based on recent research by the Pensions Regulator. Apparently, almost half of accountants, payroll bureaux and bookkeepers, weren’t aware that new employers will have to enrol eligible staff … Read More >>

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PAYE has just gone dynamic

Cheryl Cook

05 September 2017

It’s National Payroll Week, so we thought it would be a good time to pick out a few topics that are currently high on the industry agenda. The latest comes from HMRC, which has recently announced the launch of a … Read More >>

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Q&A: The right to work in the UK

Joanna Gander

04 September 2017

Q: I run an events company and I’ve just employed a number of people for the busy summer season – more than 100 in fact. Some are just staying in the country for the summer, whilst I’m quite certain that … Read More >>

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Santa needs to ensure he is compliant with new auto-enrolment rules

Joanna Gander

08 December 2016

All employers should have Auto Enrolment on their radar, both with regard to the set up and contribution to a pension scheme for all eligible employees. As a relatively small employer, Santa has time on his side, but he will … Read More >>

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National Minimum Wage increase is here: are you up to date?

Anne Boden

03 October 2016

On 1st October 2016, there were some legislative changes which took place surrounding the National Minimum Wage and employers will need to ensure that they are compliant – it’s the law. What is it? National Minimum Wage is the minimum … Read More >>

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Lost Track Of Your Pension Pots? DWP Launches Online Tracing Service

Cheryl Cook

25 May 2016

The Department of Work & Pensions (DWP) has launched a new web-based pension tracing service to help people locate their retirement savings after 169,000 tracing requests were made during 2015/16. In fact, over the past 10 years there has been … Read More >>

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