Last year, the Government introduced a new grant via the Kickstart Scheme to support the creation of new jobs placements at businesses across the UK.
Ride-hailing giant Uber must pay its workforce at least the legal minimum wage and holiday pay after a Supreme Court ruled that its drivers are “not self-employed”.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has raised concerns over proposals to alter the level of tax relief on pensions contributions for low-earners, arguing that any changes could burden businesses.
Pension flexibilities afforded to employers throughout the coronavirus pandemic will be removed from 01 January 2021, it has been revealed.
National Minimum Wage investigations by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have increased significantly, according to the latest research.
In recent years – due to tax changes – it has become more expensive to make termination payments. With redundancies on the rise due to the coronavirus, is it time you understood how termination payments work in 2020? Beyond the human tragedy of COVID-19 is an economic one. Swathes of the UK economy have been […]
As part of the compulsory employment pensions the minimum contributions are increasing.
The new financial year began 6th April 2018. This means that new rates and limits are applied to you and your business. The changes are summarised below and we will be making changes based on the new rules as appropriate. Minimum Wage Take note of the new National Living Wage and the National Minimum Wage, […]
Are you prepared to take on your new pension responsibilities? The law on workplace pensions means that you must automatically enrol eligible staff into a qualifying pension scheme. Even if we manage your Payroll you will need to take action or risk penalties from the Pensions Regulator. Get our full 15 page guide to explore […]