Updates to payroll in 2020

As always, the end of a tax year and the start of the new one has made the start of April a busy period for most of us, with filing deadlines to meet, new tax rules to adjust to, and records to update. This year, things are far from business as usual, with the spread...

Outsourcing payroll

Managing payroll is complicated. You need to make sure you’re deducting the right tax, as well as correctly managing auto-enrolment pension contributions, student loans, benefits in kind, expenses, and so on. All of that needs to be done on time, every month, so that...

Teachers’ pensions: employer contributions rising to 23.68%

From September this year, schools and colleges will be required to make higher payments into teachers’ pensions, as the minimum contribution rises to 23.68%. That’s a significant jump from the current rate of 16.48%, and it’s already sparked a significant reaction...

Are you ready for the up and coming payroll changes?

There are a number of employment law changes which could affect your payroll from April 2019 onwards. You may need to make changes to ensure you are compliant and become familiar with the new requirements in good time. All employers will be required to provide a...