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Top tips to avoid payroll panic this Christmas

31 October 2018

As we get closer to Christmas – it is important for organisations to start thinking about what impact it will have on their usual business processes. Here are our top tips to avoid Christmas payroll panic.

HMRC benchmark subsistence scale rates: receipt checking to be abolished

28 September 2018

Subsistence expenses - receipt checking requirement to be abolished for benchmarking scale rates. Find out how this might affect your organisation.

Good payroll housekeeping

28 September 2018

For all employers payroll is a critical aspect of their business and yet it is just one of many items that require focus and attention. This often results in processes simply becoming a routine. Whilst this is understandable it is extremely useful to find time and do some housekeeping. This self audit allows for processes to be reviewed to ensure that they are still working in the best way for the business, as well as being the most streamline, efficient and risk free.

Should we voluntarily report our gender pay gap figures?

28 September 2018

Although your business may not legally be required to publish your gender pay gap figures. Find out how voluntarily publishing your results can benefit your organisation.

Non-executive directors’ fees – how to avoid mistakes

24 August 2018

Many companies engage the services of a NED as an independent adviser, without paying their fees through the payroll. However, for tax purposes, NEDs should generally be treated as employees. Find out how your organisation can avoid making mistakes.

Pitfalls of global payroll

24 August 2018

It is becoming more common for businesses to branch out with their global footprint. Here we explore some of the key areas you need to think about when deciding how to run your global payroll.

Applying the trivial benefit in kind exemption

24 July 2018

At this time of year many employers will be considering the tax and National Insurance contributions (NIC) treatment of the non-cash benefits they provide to employees. As part of this thought process, employers may also be considering whether those non-cash benefits qualify for the statutory trivial benefit in kind exemption, which took effect from 6 April 2016 and has now been with us for two complete tax years.

Is your organisation prepared for a HMRC employer compliance review?

24 July 2018

HMRC has increased its focus on reviewing employers' records to check the correct reporting of expenses, benefits and payroll deductions. Is your organisation prepared?

What is a returnship?

24 July 2018

It is becoming more common for experienced professionals to take extended career breaks. What are the benefits of offering a returnship programme?

PAYE proposal for gig economy workers risks further confusion
David Williams-Richardson

20 July 2018

David Williams-Richardson, an employer solutions partner at RSM, comments on today's report from the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) which proposes new solutions for taxing gig economy workers who operate through online platforms.

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