Tag Archives: payroll

Eight Fun Facts About Payroll

Payroll

  To wrap up a blog series to celebrate National Payroll Week we have complied eight fun historic facts for people interested in a career in the profession or for business owners who are generally interested in knowing more about outsourcing your payroll.   1. The word payroll came into […]

What data does my payroll team need?

Why does my payroll team need so much data

To celebrate National Payroll Week, Robson Laidler’s Payroll team are running a series of blog posts to help people understand more about the professional and what’s involved from an employers and employee’s perspective. It can’t be that complicated, can it?   Just give me your sort code and account number, […]

National Payroll Week – payroll as a profession

National Payroll Week

If you are looking for a new career in a professional financial environment you may be interested in learning more about payroll. Likewise if you are a business owner and / or just about to take on staff you may be interested to learn more about what’s involved in payroll […]

National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage

minimum wage

The National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) will increase in April 2021. The increase applies to pay reference periods beginning on or after 1 April 2021. As an employer you will need to ensure you are paying your staff correctly from 1 April 2021 as HMRC has […]

IR35 & the Off-Payroll Rules

IR35

IR35 has been around since April 2000 and exists to allow HMRC to challenge the employment status of those workers who provide their services via an intermediary, such as a limited company but who would be an employee if the intermediary was not used. HMRC refers to such workers as […]

COVID-19 Business Support Update

business support

This week has been unprecedented in terms of daily updates of government support to businesses and individuals in the current climate. Literally things are changing on a daily basis. We are doing our very best to keep you updated and therefore please see below our latest updated summary where we […]

Changes to Employment Allowance from 6 April 2020

employment allowance

Employment Allowance was introduced in April 2014, to support businesses and charities by cutting the cost of employment. Employment Allowance was however introduced the day after Statutory Sick Pay recovery was abolished. The £2,000 annual allowance was increased to £3,000 from April 2016. Employment Allowance is claimed by eligible employers […]