The New Tax Year will be here quicker than you think, so here is our latest Newsletter providing you with reminders and news that will help you to prepare. Minimum Wage – We will make sure that all the necessary adjustments are made to ensure that minimum wage requirements are met, preventing any possibility of … Read more
Do you review your employees’ salaries on an annual basis? If you don’t, it’s even more important to remember that the National Living Wage for those over the age of 23 increases to £9.50 per hour in April 2022. So, make sure you are ready and update your Payroll software, because failure to adjust appropriate … Read more
Take a look at our latest Newsletter for important news about the changes to National Insurance Contributions and what that means for you and your employees.
From April 2022 National Insurance Contributions (NIC) for employed and self-employed workers will increase by 1.25%, meaning most working people will pay National Insurance at a rate of 13.25%. In addition, the government will be introducing a Health and Social Care Levy of 1.25% that will be collected temporarily via the existing … Read more
New member of staff Intro, SSP reinstated – Help us grow Take a look at our latest Newsletter for important news, reminders and information….
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, has announced additional support available to businesses as the latest coronavirus variant causes concern. The Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) Rebate Scheme restarted again on 21 December 2021 and claims can be made retrospectively from mid-January. The Scheme is open to UK based employers with a PAYE payroll and less than … Read more
COVID SSP – Benefits in Kind – BACS Take a look at our lastest Newsletter for important news, reminders and information….
Take a look at our lastest Newsletter for important news, reminders and information….
In the latest Budget announcement the Government confirmed they are continuing with their policy for 2022/23 in respect of the National Minimum Wage plan.As such, we will see continued increases in all rates with the National Living Wage increasing by 6.6%. We are now at the Second stage with NLW applying to 23-year-olds and above … Read more
Employers should be aware that on 1 April 2021, the government is increasing both the National Minimum and National Living Wage rates. From 1 April 2021, National Minimum Wages and National Living Wage Rates will increase as follows:_______________________________________________National Living Wage Age 23+:Previous Rate: £8.72 Rate from April 2021: £8.91_______________________________________________21–22 Year-Old Rate:Previous Rate: £8.20 Rate from … Read more