With all the excitement in the last few days around England winning the cricket world cup in the super over and the Wimbledon finals, you may have missed another important event. One that may have a big impact on your business.
With headlines hitting the media talking of two million low-paid workers who could receive Statutory Sick Pay for the first time if the Government’s consultation paper becomes a reality, I’ve taken a look at the proposals to pick out what is relevant and could have an impact on businesses.
The bunting is up, the cake has been cut and we are delighted to celebrate 50 years in payroll this year.
We’ve got some great events to celebrate, but how did it all start …
Anthony (Tony) joined Dataplan in 2015 on Star Wars day; May the 4th. Having previously run a Design Studio for over a decade, Tony brings a vast amount of knowledge in user experience design to Dataplan’s software development team, along with a little cheek and wit.
Are you ready for the move to employer responsibility from April 2020? IR35 is becoming an increasingly hot topic as we approach the date of April 2020 when legislative change moves responsibility from the worker onto the employer in the private sector.
This is nothing to do with boxing, although the issue of a code KO has floored me. K codes were introduced by HMRC to recover tax from income that was not being taxed in another way (such as benefits in kind), or there was an underpayment of income tax from a previous year.
Most employees are paid on the same date each month, or the last working day of each month. However some employees are paid weekly, every 2 weeks or every 4 weeks. But what has this got to do with Universal Credits?