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Lloyds bank has become the latest organisation to end the practice of engaging with contractors through intermediaries. Proposals are to either discontinue using contractors or insist that they engage with umbrella companies from which the bank will have an agreement with the umbrella company.Read more
HMRC has published the latest version of the Countdown Bulletin, edition 49, Included in the guidance is further information pertaining to the end of contracting out for pensions and the role that HMRC will play in facilitating this.Read more
When Chancellor of the Exchequer Savid Javid announced proposals to increase the National Living Wage, (NLW) whilst at the same time lowering the age threshold from 25 to over 21, there were mixed reactions from UK businesses.Read more
In preparation of the introduction of Statutory Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay legislation, due to commence in April 2020, HMRC, Software Development Support Team has released instructions for software developers regarding the requirements for the new pay element.Read more
In a world of electronic this and that, there is no excuse for an employer not to provide their employees with payslips. Yet, disturbingly many still do not receive either an electronic or paper copy of a statement of payRead more
A £10.50 an hour minimum wage for all over the age of 21! A nice idea but is this an attempt to outbid the Labour Party? Labour laid down a pledge earlier this year to raise the minimum rate to £10 an hour by next year, Sajid Javid is suggesting the £10.50 rate by 2024 with the lowering of the age eligible to receive it.Read more
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