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RSM partner with HMRC to support registered providers on tax risk management
David Williams-Richardson

06 June 2018

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has partnered with HMRC’s Social Housing Sector team to advise registered providers of the tax risks facing the sector and how to navigate the challenges to ensure organisations remain compliant.

HMRC opens consultation on reforming off-payroll working in the private sector
David Williams-Richardson

18 May 2018

Controversial proposals for reforming the tax rules for those working for private sector businesses through intermediaries such as personal service companies (PSCs) were published in a consultation today. The new rules could affect many thousands of people working through intermediaries such as PSCs as well as the companies that engage them.

Update on termination payments - HMRC finally publishes guidance

18 May 2018

In March we reported changes to the tax and NIC treatment of termination payments, highlighting that HMRC had still not issued updating guidance. On 6 April 2018, the day which a number of the rule changes became effective, HMRC finally updated its guidance to take account of the new rules.

P60 deadline: 31 May 2018

18 May 2018

The P60 deadline is fast approaching on the 31 May. Read more for a reminder on who needs to receive a P60.

GDPR – it’s the final countdown!

18 May 2018

With less than a week until GDPR is upon us, here are some key steps that HR needs to take now towards its GDPR compliance in relation to workforce data.

TMT sector tops diversity stakes
Kerri Constable

17 May 2018

Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) companies consider their workforce the most diverse in terms of ethnicity and education, according to the latest YouGov survey, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

HR outsourcing in the recruitment sector
Kerri Constable

16 May 2018

The recruitment sector is a provider of HR outsourcing services but should recruiters consider partnering or fully outsourcing their HR function?

First Gender Pay Gap investigations to start in June
Kerri Constable

25 April 2018

Correspondence published today by the Treasury Select Committee suggests that the first investigations into non-compliance with the Gender Pay Gap reporting obligations could start as early as June this year.

Happy New Year – 2018/2019

20 April 2018

As we welcome in the 2018/2019 tax year, should time be taken to review your payroll procedures and consider and legislative changes?

GDPR and Morrisons – what can other organisations learn from this?

18 April 2018

In 2014 Morrisons supermarket suffered a serious data breach, when the payroll data of nearly 100,000 employees were posted online. In this article we look at some of the practical ways an organisation can protect themselves from an HR perspective with GDPR in mind.

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