This isn't so much a question as a warning to practitioners and I feel something that warrants national press attention, though I could do with some opinion on what to do next.
My client has just setup his own service company and is working through it as an IT contractor.
My client had a code change issued in January 2013 for the tax year 2013-14 in which unpaid SA liability of £1,756.49 was to be collected via PAYE in the tax year 2013/14.
HMRC has said that it will collect outstanding class 2 national insurance contributions (NICs) from PAYE
HMRC is claiming that RTI has lived up to expectations for reducing the burden of online payroll filing, despite evidence of technical problems experienced by 36
I would like to explore the opportunity of exchanging services with a qualified accountant looking at starting there website, I am a new business and looking for assistance with Paye and corporatio
More of a rant than a question, but have just wasted 1 hour of my time.
Client has a nanny - so one employee on payroll.
Limited company contractors who want to pay themselves annually inste
my client will be taking on 15 people for 4 days to work on a fashion show . should these people be on the payroll or will a contract for services suffice to exclude them.
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