PAYE and NI

Are your records adequate? HMRC extends Business Record Checks

The number of checks carried out on the adequacy of small and medium sized enterprises' business records is set to increase.

Beware fraudulent HMRC emails

HMRC has issued a warning over fraudulent emails, as reports of phishing emails have risen by 300 per cent in the last year.

Pay guidance for work experience and interns

The Government has published guidance for businesses that offer work experience, placements and internships.

Will the 50p tax rate be abolished?

Debate was sparked over the 50p tax rate today, as a group of economists wrote a letter to the Financial Times, accusing the rate of damaging the UK's economy.

Apprenticeship red tape to be cut

A package of measures designed to make it easier for employers to take on apprentices has been announced.

Confusion over pension reforms

Some businesses still do not understand the pension reforms due to start next year.

Minimum wage set to rise next month

The national minimum wage is due to increase on 1 October this year.

Childcare incentive advice for businesses as parents struggle

HMRC has today released a guide for employer supported childcare following changes that came into effect on 6 April 2011.

A century may stand between women executives and equal pay

Female managers may have to wait until the next century before they can claim pay parity with their male counterparts.

Pay deals hold steady

Average pay settlements remained constant at 2.5 per cent in the three months from May to July, it has been reported.

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