The advent of real time information (RTI) for PAYE is stirring up a 'fight or flight' response within the accountancy profession.
Twitter was alive with messages about this last night, following an online Q&A session with HMRC, even Rececca B posted.
Following the same unanswered question in April last year, is anyone using any of the payroll add-ons mentioned on Xero's website (MYPAYE, payescape & The Payroll site)?
A surge in public tenders in Decembers indicates that local and central government bodies are gearing up for RTI by outsourcing their payrolls to contractors.
My sister has been working 'casually' - rolling 1 year contract, very part time - for an organisation for some time.
We incorporated a CIS client last year.
The PAYE/CIS registrations for the new company have taken months for HMRC to process, and this has resulted in problems.
HMRC has been trying to resolve a logjam that is likely to occur when real time information (RTI) filing gets under way in earnest in early April.
Company is a CIS sub-contractor and currently pays PAYE quarterly after off-setting CIS tax deducted from the payments it receives from contractors.
Client has p/t employement income (at a school) and p/t self-employed income from her home-based business. All personal allowances are utilised against PAYE income.
We are a very small practice. My wife does payroll for about 40 clients, about 30 weekly. Now we are coming to that time of year where we are closed next week.
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