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Top 10 mistakes employers make when paying the National Minimum Wage

Paul Chappell
Written by
Thursday, 10 January 2019 16:23

HMRC have publicised a top 10 list of mistakes that employers make when paying employees that can affect the National Minimum Wage rates.

A frosty time ahead for National Minimum Wage enquiries

Paul Chappell
Written by
Monday, 07 January 2019 11:11

There has been much publicity recently regarding HMRC’s National Minimum Wage enquiry at Iceland Foods Ltd.

National Living Wage

Mark Everard
Written by
Friday, 09 October 2015 08:36

As of 1st October 2015, the powers that be decided that everyone in the UK deserved a little pay rise in the annual re-draft of the National Minimum Wage – hurrah! However, a little extra payment will also come by April 2016 with the implementation of a new National Living Wage in the UK to the tune of £7.20 – double hurrah! These extra coppers in the kitty apply just to those of you that are aged 25 and over, but those under 24 years old will still enjoy the increase to their National Minimum Wage. Considering everyone is only getting older however, that little bit extra is definitely something to look forward to in the future. Who knows, by the time some of us are due to hit the quarter century mark, to quote a well-known Mr Delboy Trotter; “This time next year, we’ll be millionaires!”

A Change to National Minimum Wage 2015

Stewart Waddell
Written by
Thursday, 01 October 2015 14:11

It is that time of year once again when rates increase for your employees that are paid the National Minimum wage

You may already be aware that from the 1st of October 2015 the rates increased to :-

National Minimum Wage - Name and Shame

Richard Rowell
Written by
Sunday, 17 October 2010 23:00

We read with interest that employers who flout the National Minimum Wage rules will be named and shamed.

The Complications Of National Insurance

Alison Clynes
Written by
Sunday, 22 August 2010 23:00

Managing a payroll includes not only making sure that the correct amount is paid to the members of staff and that their tax is deducted, but also that their national insurance contributions are correctly calculated and paid. NI contributions are important as they build up the entitlement to such benefits as old age pensions and sick pay.

Next Year's Rise in NI

Alison Clynes
Written by
Sunday, 18 April 2010 23:00

With Alistair Darling's recent budget it looks like national insurance is set to rise next year. If you're an employer this is very significant, as if you choose to process payroll in-house it is your responsibility to deduct the correct amount from your employees wages and pay it to HMRC. Of course, if you choose payroll outsourcing, such as Dataplan Payroll's managed payroll services, then you can guarantee that NI payments will be made accurately and efficiently on your behalf.

Earnings Periods For National Insurance Contributions

Alison Clynes
Written by
Monday, 21 December 2009 10:00

You may be familiar with the concept of earnings periods, at least as far as they impact on Pay As You Earn (PAYE) regulations, but did you know that the rules governing earnings periods are different for National Insurance Contributions and Income Tax? This is one of the many confusing areas surrounding the operation of PAYE which have caused many more businesses to consider payroll outsourcing with someone like us at Dataplan Payroll.

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