Editorial for Newsletter #378Monday, May 25th, 2009
This week’s newsletter is unquestionably technical. The lightest of the subjects covered is the £96,000 fine imposed on the owners of a restaurant for employing a number of illegal immigrants. But I predict that few readers will cope with the whole of the “P35 Question 6” discussion and only a handful of die-hard pension payroll enthusiasts will delight in the intricacies of thirteen new types of authorised lump sum and pension payments. But perhaps you will treat those comments as a challenge and prove me wrong.
However, before you destine this newsletter to your bedside table as the first permanent cure for insomnia, please bear in mind that there is a risk of penalties for answering the P35 Checklist question incorrectly and these 13 new authorised pension payments are, in fact, 13 payments that fall within PAYE calculation procedures for the first time.
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