Navigating the Brexit Effect – 25th October 2016

[video width="1920" height="1080" mp4=""][/video]   Navigating the Brexit Effect - Tuesday 25th October 8am - 10:30am -  book now This is your personal invitation to our next EVENT which will increase your awareness of how Brexit may influence your business in relation to UK Tax and Employment Law. Event Schedule: 8:00am – 8:30am:     Breakfast, Registration & Networking 8:30am – 10:30am:   SPEAKER: Ronan McCaughey... [FIND OUT MORE »]

HMRC renews RTI penalty concession

In April 2016 two concessions which gave employers leeway if they submitted RTI reports late came to an end. However, HMRC has recently had a partial change of heart. What’s the full story? Penalty recap. To help employers avoid penalties for late RTI reports, i.e. those submitted after the date they paid their employees, HMRC introduced two concessions. These meant... [FIND OUT MORE »]

National Living Wage – Employer’s guide

Understand your obligations: From 1st April 2016, all workers aged 25 and over are now legally entitled to at least £7.20 per hour. If you haven’t already, you need to take these four steps: Check you know who is eligible in your organisation. Take the appropriate payroll action. Let your staff know about their new pay rate. Check your staff under... [FIND OUT MORE »]

Employers – don’t forget the new NI exemption

The end is NI! If you have employees aged under 21, when you pay them on or after 6 April 2015 you won’t be liable to employers’ NI unless their wages exceed the upper secondary threshold (UST). The UST is a new NI band that’s currently set at the same level as the upper earnings threshold, but HMRC says that... [FIND OUT MORE »]