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In the situation where an employer who chooses to reimburse an employee for the cost of a relevant coronavirus antigen test, and employees who are reimbursed for the cost of a relevant test from their employer, HMRC have confirmed that these payments will be disregarded from National Insurance contributions for the employee and employer.Read more
The Payroll Centre are back to try and retain both the Best Business Award and Innovation Award that we won at the Rewards last year!Read more
HMRC has released its latest pensions newsletter update stakeholders on the latest news for pension schemes.Read more
Advisory fuel rates for company cars are reviewed against a number of areas including actual fuel costs, and are updated every three months, the latest being the 1st of December.Read more
As part of the government’s recent Spending Review we were made aware of a fairly unexpected commitment to further increase in tax allowances as well as increases to Tax and National Insurance thresholds.Read more
The government supported the Low Pay Commissions recommendations around National Minimum and Living wage and as such announced the National Living Wage will increase by 2.2% to £8.91 an hour from April 2021 and importantly, as per last year’s budget commitment the reduction in age for NLW from the current 25 year start point to 23 years old.Read more
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