A surge in public tenders in Decembers indicates that local and central government bodies are gearing up for RTI by outsourcing their payrolls to contractors.
HMRC has been trying to resolve a logjam that is likely to occur when real time information (RTI) filing gets under way in earnest in early April.
Helen Hargreaves, senior policy and research officer at the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP), takes a look at the government’s latest proposals
The introduction of Real Time Information (RTI) for operating PAYE will mean that all employers, apart from some of those with more than 5,000 employees, will join
We are a very small practice. My wife does payroll for about 40 clients, about 30 weekly. Now we are coming to that time of year where we are closed next week.
For payroll services, normally we charge £250 (fixed) plus £4-£5 per employee per month for payroll services to a business.
I used to use IRIS PAYE Master and it used to show a message to the effect ' you can't have negative net pay' and would exclude the particular individual from the payroll report.
Readers may remember the Modern Workplaces consultation published by the government in 2011, explai
In a recent ICAEW Tax faculty conference (as reported in taxation) Paula Tallon put forward a tax planning idea for LLP's where the payroll cost is in excess of £2m.
I have a payroll client who currently pays the staff by cheque which they hand write from the payroll information I provide.
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