HMRC have also released this week their latest Employer Bulletin for June 2022.This regular, complete update is a must read for all employers and payrollers and includes a large number of updates related to Tax, employment, legislation, and future change.This month’s bulletin includes the following:


  • Changes to our webchat service
  • Increase in National Insurance thresholds
  • Basic PAYE Tools — additional in-year release
  • Check you’re using the right PAYE reference
  • Reporting PAYE in real time
  • Student and Postgraduate Loans
  • P11D and P11D(b) filing and payment deadlines
  • Paying Class 1A National Insurance contributions due on 22 July 2022
  • Employers providing medical benefits update
  • Reporting expenses and benefits: company cars

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and information

  • Enterprise Management Incentive: COVID-19 easement ending
  • Save As You Earn: COVID-19 easement ending
  • Social Security coordination with the EU: COVID-19 easement ending

Tax updates and changes to guidance

  • First Full Payment Submission for new starters: the importance of using the correct employee addresses
  • Updated guidance on how tips, gratuities and service charges are taxed
  • Sign up now for Making Tax Digital for VAT
  • Election for a separate PAYE scheme: Form P350
  • Multi-factor authentication used on business tax account

General information and customer support

  • Employers: make sure your contact details are up to date for The Pensions Regulator
  • Helping you get it right — claiming tax relief on work expenses
  • Tax Free Childcare: help for your employees
  • HMRC’s support for customers who need extra help
  • HTML format of Employer Bulletin
  • Getting more information and sending feedback

The full bulletin can be found here:

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