Written on 03 Dec 2019 by Paul Chappell

In my October blog on IR35 options I covered various alternatives for handling IR35 from sticking your head in the sand (sadly all too common) to operating IR35 correctly for…

Written on 01 Nov 2019 by Paul Chappell

On 4 October 2019, HMRC issued a snappily entitled document, ‘Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEV) and Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP).ht The ULEV and WLTP…

Written on 02 Oct 2019 by Jack SImpson

As a payroll provider, it is common practice for us to send revised employer payment summary (EPS) submissions to HMRC in respect of earlier tax years. It may, for example, be…

Written on 03 Sep 2019 by Paul Chappell

I was surprised when I read that it is not uncommon for employers to continuing to make deductions for student and postgraduate loans long after receipt of stop notices.…

Written on 22 Jul 2019 by Paul Chappell

The Government are looking to introduce clear legal frameworks for employers to encourage positive steps to support employees who are experiencing health issues or who are…

Written on 19 Jul 2019 by Paul Chappell

This may seem a strange blog to be writing at this time of the year, however there is a major lack of understanding over what is required at the end of a payroll year, when an…

Written on 17 Jul 2019 by Paul Chappell

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.…

Written on 16 Jul 2019 by Paul Chappell

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.…

Written on 25 Apr 2019 by Paul Chappell

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…

Written on 18 Apr 2019 by Paul Chappell

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…