Institute of Payroll Professionals

The argument about how good or bad the Autumn Statement was for the country rumbles on and will probably do so until something more interesting captivates the nati

HMRC recently carried out a review of consultation forums, mainly to ensure all are fit for purpose and make the best use of stakeholder and HMRC’s time. The CIPP’

Primarily the 2014 Act does not appear to change the rules, or the conditions to be met by employers who wish to employ someone from outside the UK, explains Karen

Finance and payroll practitioners are bracing themselves for significant changes to the rules and some structural aspects of benefits in kind (BiKs), all thanks to

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Scotland as an independent country could have more far reaching effects on payroll and pensions than first thought, says Karen Thomson of the

Despite increasing digital development, it appears that employers continue to favour paper pay advice, according to the CIPP’s annual payslip survey.

Apprenticeships are an increasingly important part of the government’s long term plan for improved workforce development and enhanced productivity in the UK, expla

Following the abolition of the percentage threshold scheme, the CIPP’s Diana Bruce looks at some of the transitional arrangements.

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The government has published its response to the consultation on the administration of shared parental leave and pay at the beginning of December.

After the main migration to RTI this April the last six months or so have flushed out several issues which have been causing problems for employers, explains

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