Monday, June 22, 2020 - 13:00 - 13:45

OpRA (aka salary sacrifice): Are you getting it right?

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About this session

In this second episode of Payroll Unplugged, Kate Upcraft looks at optional remuneration arrangements (OpRAs) that were introduced in April 2017 when salary sacrifice was redefined and restricted. It’s been clear from the number of queries about salary sacrifice and its interaction with the CJRS, that many employers haven’t grasped first principles of how to operate these correctly.

In this practical masterclass session, Kate looks at:

  • What is an OpRA: providing v purchasing
  • How this links to the CJRS
  • OpRAs and statutory payments
  • Further OpRA changes in April 2021

An essential session on a timely topic, this lecture will be available for CPD points. You will be emailed after we have confirmed your attendance for the whole of the lecture.

Kate will take questions live after the lecture. Make the most of this opportunity to put your queries to one of the UK's leading payroll experts.

Limit: 500 places


About Payroll Unplugged:
Over a multi-part series of interactive workshops, leading payroll lecturer Kate Upcraft deals with the fallout from Government efforts to support businesses working from home during the coronavirus crisis. Comprising a full workshop with live audience Q&A, earn CPD points in this step-by-step series with one of the UK's most respected payroll experts.

As a renowned lecturer, consultant and writer with extensive industry expertise, Kate Upcraft has worked on numerous payroll audits and consultancy projects across a wider variety of sectors and industries. With a background in managing one of the largest payrolls in the country, Kate also advises on how to develop high performing payroll and HR teams and supporting payroll apprentices. She is vice chair of the Employment Tax and NI committee of the ICAEW.

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