where employer pays an employees personal tax liability of say £2,000 what is the correct reporting procedure for PAYE including Class 1 NIC?
HMRC has apologised for worry and inconvenience caused to taxpayers by the issue of incorrect tax statements and cheques since mid-September.
HMRC has “stopped” issuing income tax repayments after a leaked email revealed that end of year tax reconciliations for thousands of taxpayers may have been calculated wrongly, the Telegraph re
Regulations introducing a graduated scale for recovery of tax and tax credit debts through a taxpayer’s PAYE code have been laid before Parliament.
I have taken over a domestic payroll mid-year and the previous accountants have claimed the Employment Allowance. It's a domestic payroll where carers are employed to look after a person who is in
I am an employee working for a German based IT company, I am currently classed as an "employee who reports their PAYE themselves to HMRC".
In a recent case the tax payer, a Mr Sparrey proved he did not need to pay HMRC for an agreed tax underpayment. This was because as a PAYE liability, prima facie, the tax should have been accounte
HMRC has proposed changes to PAYE legislation which would mean it could wait up to 30 days before telling employees their tax code has changed.