PAYE and NI

Quarter of small businesses unaware of PAYE shake-up

A quarter of small firms are oblivious to major upcoming changes to the pay-as-you-earn (PAYE) system which will alter their payroll reporting duties to HMRC, a survey by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has found.

Real Time PAYE awareness campaign launches

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has kicked off its Real Time Information (RTI) awareness campaign and will be writing to more than 1.4 million employers over the next month.

National Insurance holiday should be extended to all micro-firms, says business group

The Government's 'flagship' policy offering a National Insurance Contributions (NICs) holiday to new businesses that meet a strict criteria should be extended, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) claims.

Half a million individuals saving into a pension by Christmas, says Government

The Department of Work and Pensions estimates that over half a million people will be saving into a workplace pension scheme by Christmas, owing to the start of auto-enrolment in just over a week's time.

Business travel is unproductive, say employees

Over a quarter of business travellers say the experience is having a negative impact on their job satisfaction, a YouGov survey commissioned by Concur has found.

HMRC's new RTI system flawed, says Parliamentary group

HMRC's switch to the Real Time Information (RTI) system - designed to modernise the way PAYE payments are recorded and calculated - could face potential problems, a new report has warned.

£200 million worth of free shares given to workers last year

UK firms gave more than £200 million worth of free shares to employees last year, according to an annual survey by IFS.

Businesses and customers hit by bank failure backlog

Millions of RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank customers, including businesses, are facing continuing disruption following last week's computer failure.

Reforms to allow shareholders a say on executive pay

Reforms affecting the way top executives are paid are to be brought forward, the Government has announced.

Tax avoidance: Consultation on general anti-abuse rule launched

The Government has launched a consultation on a new general anti-abuse rule (GAAR) designed to tackle what it terms 'artificial and abusive tax avoidance schemes'.

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