I operate a very small payroll for a branch office of a US company in the UK. The US company have just released Restricted Stock Units with a value of just over $1,000 to the UK employee.
The Employer CD-ROM will not be issued this year, and instead the range of tools on it will be available to download from HMRC’s website.
In line with my policy to make CDs, upgrades and backups a thing of the past, I'm looking about for an easy to use but comprehensive online payroll service. I've had a look at MyPAYE and "The Payr
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I have a client for whom I manage a small payroll. Each month they pay their PAYE liability online, on time. I don't believe they have ever missed a due date.
HMRC is facing another media onslaught over its management of PAYE records after an MP released figures showing that more than 9m National Insurance payments going back to 2004-05 have not been cre
Diana Bruce, policy liaison officer for the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP), provides a roundup of payroll issues from the last month.
This does not relate to any client of mine, it is a relative who has only just retired.
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