Last year we have had some staff with Car and fuel benefits to which the relevent P46 Company Car details were filed with HMRC and the year end P11D expenses and benefits was also filed within the
HMRC’s “interim solution” to help administer the Department of Work and Pensions’ Universal Credit has come under fire from the payroll software industry.
Bloggs and co are registered under CIS scheme but mainly work for householders. They are having trouble understanding why they should deduct tax via CIS from the very occasional subcontractor.
The history – my client is dealt with purely under PAYE. In 2003, she retired from her local government post and started receiving a local government pension. At the same time,
The real-time information (RTI) environment planned for HMRC’s PAYE Online portal could undermine data quality and needs to be thoroughly tested, according to the National Audit Office.
I'm sure that many of you are taking on more OMB Limited Company contractor clients. I'm seeing more blue chip companies, and even banks, "employing" full time people via this route.
I suppose we all are asking ourselves this question. What happens when you don't get a P46 for a new employee from the client for a couple of weeks. How will this work with RTI.
Please be aware that if you have no payments to make in a tax month (or quarter, if you pay every three months), you will be required to inform us by way of a nil declaration, to avoid penalties
Have a client with a £501 PAYE overpayment for 2010/11 (inadvertently paid Q2 PAYE/NIC twice & only just come to light).
A client of mine has received, from her employer an amount of money each month for a salary plus an additional £250 for storing company stock at her house. Is it possible to put a claim into the H