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OTS calls for views on business taxes

OTS calls for views on business taxes

The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has published an online survey and a call for evidence to seek views on tax as it impacts on business.

IR35 to be extended to private sector, reports claim

IR35 to be extended to private sector, reports claim

The Chancellor of the Exchequer is preparing to announce the extension of IR35 rules to the private sector in his Budget announcement later this month.

Employers can be held liable for employees’ actions at work parties

Employers can be held liable for employees’ actions at work parties

Employers can potentially be held vicariously liable for an injury caused at a work party, found a recent employment tribunal.

Ethnicity pay reporting next on government’s agenda

Ethnicity pay reporting next on government’s agenda

Mandatory ethnicity pay reporting could be introduced to help level the disparities in the pay and progression of ethnic minority employees compared with their white counterparts.

Rising wages and high employment reported by ONS

Rising wages and high employment reported by ONS

Real wages are up for the seventh month in a row, rising by 0.7 per cent above inflation, and employment remained high at 75.5 per cent, up 0.4 per cent points on the year, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Employer Bulletin: October 2018

Employer Bulletin: October 2018

HMRC has published the latest instalment of its bi-monthly magazine for employers and agents giving up-to-date information on payroll topics.

Employer Bulletin: June 2018

Employer Bulletin: June 2018

The latest Employer Bulletin has been published by HMRC.

The bi-monthly magazine for employers and agents provides up-to-date information on payroll topics. This edition contains useful information and reminders around filing P11Ds and information on how to help employees get the best out of their personal tax account. There are also articles on the Apprenticeship Levy and changes to the childcare schemes.

Employment rate remains at record high

Employment rate remains at record high

The employment rate has remained at a record high of 75.6 per cent, with 32.39 million people now in work.

Pay ratio reporting to come into effect from 2019

Pay ratio reporting to come into effect from 2019

The difference between executive pay and average employees will have to be justified under new regulations.

The government has announced a package of reforms which will hold big businesses to account for the salaries they pay, with listed companies having to annually publish and justify the pay difference between their chief executive and staff.

An international flavour #PayrollReward18

An international flavour #PayrollReward18

Tim Kelsey, Learn Centre’s International Payroll Tutor, highlights that one of the biggest problems facing UK companies are short-term business visits.

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