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The employment rate is at a joint record high of 75.7 per cent, while regular pay is up 3.3 per cent on the year.Read more
HMRC’s powers to tackle tax avoidance and evasion undermine the rule of law and hinders taxpayers’ access to justice, found the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee.Read more
Large organisations should reveal the numbers of disabled people they employ to help build a more inclusive society, argued the Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work Sarah Newton.Read more
Those working in the service sector, including nurses, hairdressers, construction workers and people working in retail and food sectors, may be able to claim expense rebates.Read more
HMRC has announced that Class 1A National Insurance contribution (NIC) employer charges on termination payments of more than £30,000 and on sporting testimonials of more than the £100,000 lifetime exemption are now due to come into effect in April 2020.Read more
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