Category Archives: Payroll

It’s National Payroll Week

Alison Moore

06 September 2018

This week is National Payroll Week, so we thought we’d take the opportunity to run through a few need-to-knows if you are entering the world of payroll for the first time. If you have taken our quiz, you will find … Read More >>

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Child care vouchers vs tax free child care: which is the winner?

Victoria Chambers

05 September 2018

The Government’s child care voucher scheme is coming to an end. Applicants can only apply up until 4 October 2018, after which time new entrants will not be allowed. However, the Government launched a new scheme in 2017 called tax … Read More >>

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Test your knowledge – the National Payroll Week Quiz

Alison Moore

04 September 2018

Take our National Payroll Week Quiz and see if you are up to speed. All answers will be revealed later in the week – tweet us your answers @wilkinskennedy What percentage of the population have admitted to not having a … Read More >>

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Itemised payslips will mean changes for employers

Becky Cornell

03 September 2018

If you hire any staff, and you issue them with a payslip, you might want to familiarise yourself with an important update in legislation, effective from April 2019. Back in February, the Employment Rights Act 1996 (Itemised Pay Statement) (Amendment) … Read More >>

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If you use e-payslips, you will need to comply with GDPR

Victoria Chambers

11 May 2018

The deadline is fast approaching for businesses to comply with GDPR, but the focus on data protection is mainly outwardly focused. What about in-house data for use, such as, for e-payslips? The very nature of electronic communication means that it … Read More >>

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Gender pay gap reporting deadline is approaching – are you prepared?

Jon Heddle

28 March 2018

The controversial gender pay gap never seems to be out of the headlines, but for all organisations employing 250 people or more the deadline for reporting is fast approaching. New legislation was introduced in 2017 that required employers with 250 … Read More >>

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Time for a payrise – with a few changes for 2018

Victoria Chambers

16 March 2018

The Minimum Wage and Living Wage are about to increase, but there’s been a few changes to the way Minimum and Living Wages are paid. There is also an update to the way payments are recorded on payslips to ensure … Read More >>

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Employers – are you ready for the next stage of Auto Enrolment?

Jon Heddle

08 February 2018

You may have heard the recent announcement from The Pensions Regulator, which outlined changes to Pension Scheme contributions, both for employers and employees. If your organisation has staff on the payroll, then you will need to act now to ensure … Read More >>

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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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