Latest direction on the #coronavirus Job Retention Scheme #COVID19 20th May 2020

The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has issued a new direction to HMRC in the operation of the coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Rishi Sunak The guidance under ‘Check which employees you can put on furlough to use the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme’ has had further updates. Added new detail to reflect the new direction on what duties … Continue reading Latest direction on the #coronavirus Job Retention Scheme #COVID19 20th May 2020

Off-Payroll rules progressing for April 2021 private sector introduction

The government are progressing the introduction of off-payroll working / deemed employment / IR35 changes in the private sector to mirror tax and NI activity that has applied in the public sector for the past few years. Originally intended for introduction from April 2020 and delayed by #coronavirus #COVID19, an amendment to the finance bill … Continue reading Off-Payroll rules progressing for April 2021 private sector introduction

Contingent workers in the public sector #coronavirus #COVID19

The Cabinet Office have issued guidance on how payments to suppliers of contingent workers impacted by COVID-19 should be dealt with where the party receiving the contingent worker’s services is a Central Government Department, an Executive Agency of a Central Government Department or a Non-Departmental Public Body. The guidance operates similar to the Coronavirus Job … Continue reading Contingent workers in the public sector #coronavirus #COVID19

GPA – uniting payroll #COVID19 #coronavirus #Budget2020

https://globalpayrollassociation.com/products/uniting-payroll Friday 27th March saw the ‘three payroll musketeers’ unite payroll with a free virtual symposia UK update. Simon Parsons joined Kate Upcraft and Ian Holloway to discuss government change in relation to the new tax year and emergency measures dealing with #COVID19 #coronavirus. The host was the Melanie Pizzey of GPA. All four are … Continue reading GPA – uniting payroll #COVID19 #coronavirus #Budget2020

Off-Payroll working measures delayed until April 2021 – #COVID19 #coronavirus

Steve Barclay MP (Parliament tv) 17th March 2020 - Steve Barclay, as part of the budget 2020 debate, announces a delay to the introduction of off-payroll working (deemed employment / IR35) originally planned to be introduced to some private sector business from April 2020, to a 12 month deferred implementation date of April 2021 as … Continue reading Off-Payroll working measures delayed until April 2021 – #COVID19 #coronavirus

Government Budget set for 11th March 2020

Sajid Javid confirms next Budget will be held on Wednesday 11 March 2020. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid, has today launched the beginning of the Budget process and announced that it will take place on Wednesday 11 March 2020. During a visit to the new £350 million Trafford Park tram line project in … Continue reading Government Budget set for 11th March 2020

#CIPPACE19 HMRC panel session

Colin Shingler and Gerry McShane answer questions in relation to a number of payroll and PAYE challenges at the CIPP conference 3rd October 2019. Employers still experience difficulty with the P45 process, however, HMRC state that there is no immediate plans to remove the P45 and that it works well in many cases. However, a … Continue reading #CIPPACE19 HMRC panel session

Off-Payroll Working (IR35) government response published, changes going ahead for April 2020

Thursday 11th July 2019 and HM Revenue and Customs have published the governments response to the consultation along with draft regulations and TIIN etc. At the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) meeting in London, HMRC representatives outlined some of the principles of this new obligation on engagers and the potential implications on payroll operation … Continue reading Off-Payroll Working (IR35) government response published, changes going ahead for April 2020