The media firestorm surrounding the PAYE under- and overpayment letters that went out to 45,000 taxpayers this week has provided an ideal opportunity for scammers, according to Sophos security expe
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I have a client who has been employed by a company for say 1 year. He has received income, he believes net of PAYE & NI.
Laudable as it may be to try to save money it seems to me that the withdrawal of agent copies is a bit of a backward step, and the suggested saving pretty small beer in the general scheme of things
HMRC's new PAYE system is now tackling previously neglected end of year runs, with P800 notices due to be issued soon – so why are tax professionals nervous? Simon Sweetman explains.
Mainstream media have been delving into HMRC’s accounts for 2009-10 to highlight the scale of tax calculation errors during the past few years.
Almost six million people are embroiled in the biggest tax blunder for years.
HMRC confirmed that this month’s update is the final edition it will send out of its Employer’s CD-ROM.
I potentially have an intern starting to do 2-3 weeks work experience. He won't be salaried but we want to pay out of pocket expenses. Is there any PAYE implications of doing this or is it as sim
I am considering registering as Self Employed. I had a PAYE contract recently, so all tax was paid for me etc. The contract began more than three months ago and finished last month.
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