New client has given me 2015 tax return to do. I shall be finishing this off v soon.
A surprise to many in last week’s Employer Bulletin was the announceme
Just a bit of a rant really:
Midnight passed on 5 April, the deadline by which HMRC said it would set out its stance on late filing PAYE data via real time information (RTI).
My client got a late payment notice from HMRC regarding payroll. My client is adamant he paid on time.
We are going to employ an employee who is a non UK resident and lives in a non eu/eea country, he is going to help us manage our IT infrastructure, he has requested that he wants to be payed in pay
Getting data procedures in place and being proactive early on is essential to the smooth running of automatic enrolment (AE) in your business or accounting practice.
Kate Upcraft wonders why Scottish PAYE ‘S’ codes are as rare as hen’s teeth. Is it bad data or faulty systems?
At present, unless a benefit-in-kind is subject to a specific exemption or extra statutory concession, it is taxable and subject to Class 1A or Class 1 NICs.
I am interested to know how much notice practitioners tend to require to process client payrolls.