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The Pensions Minister, Guy Opperman, has confirmed that for the seventh year in a row, the Automatic Enrolment earnings trigger for tax year 2020/21 will remain at £10,000, both the lower and upper earnings limits will continue to be aligned to the National Insurance Contribution thresholds.Read more
The CWG5 benefits and expenses guide has been published for tax year 2020-21.Read more
The readiness of businesses for 6th April 2020 introduction of the off-payroll Working rules within the private sector has recently come under scrutiny from accountancy bodies at the House of Lords finance bill subcommittee evidence hearing.Read more
In May 2019, the Court of Appeal, in two joint cases, announced a decision that the failure to pay enhanced shared parental pay to match enhanced maternity pay was not sex discrimination.Read more
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is to carry-out compliance check on those large employers who were required to stage first upon the introduction of auto-enrolment.Read more
Universities will be subject to a series of strikes. Academics are unhappy about their pay and conditions and also the increase in contributions to the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS). Talks with employers, unions and trustees have failed to placate members.Read more
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