HMRC issue 79 Employer Bulletin for August 2019

HM Revenue and Customs have published the August 2019 issue 79 Employer Bulletin. Scott Milne the editor says that the aim of the bulletin "is to be able to deliver clear, consistent and timely information which is appropriate to employers and helps .. payroll obligations" This edition covers subjects from the risk based approach to … Continue reading HMRC issue 79 Employer Bulletin for August 2019

Avoid the Pension Scammers – don’t be fooled

Guy Opperman, Minister for Pensions and Financial Inclusion said: “Pensions are one of the largest and most important investments we’ll ever make, and robbing someone of their retirement is nothing short of despicable.” “We know we can beat these callous crooks, because getting the message out there does work. Last year’s pension scams awareness campaign … Continue reading Avoid the Pension Scammers – don’t be fooled

Real pay cut for millions of lower and middle-income earners says TUC

TUC analysis, based on the Office of National Statistics ASHE data, at how occupational hourly pay has changed, shows that the lowest paid have benefited from minimum wage rises yet millions of lower-paid and middle-income jobs have had real pay reductions. 7.1 million jobs account for the Lowest earners Real pay for workers in jobs … Continue reading Real pay cut for millions of lower and middle-income earners says TUC

Student And Postgraduate Loan Thresholds Confirmed for April 2020

The Department for Education (DfE) have confirmed the annual updates to the Thresholds of Income Contingent Student Loans. From 6 April 2020, the repayment threshold for pre-2012 (Plan 1) loans will rise to £19,390. The repayment threshold for post-2012 (plan 2) loans will rise to £26,575 from 6 April 2020 to 5 April 2021. The … Continue reading Student And Postgraduate Loan Thresholds Confirmed for April 2020