RTI timetable, minimum wage, agency workers, PAYE Tools, state pension consultation, SMP, default retirement age, 0T again, legal costs, flexible working surprise, Northern Ireland, Finance Bill, payrolling of benefits, PDV, R40, childcareMonday, April 11th, 2011
Yes, a wide range of subjects in this week’s newsletter, almost too much to take in. They include two worrying matters, the virtually impossible timetable for implementing RTI and the surprising last-minute cancellation of flexible working rights for parents with 17-year-old children – a government decision that is absolutely impossible to understand.
Other important subjects are the new National Minimum Wage rates from next October, yet another change to the 0T tax code rules, and new P11D reporting rules for employers who process some or all benefits through the payroll.
HMRC has issued draft guidance on 6 April for the new tax restrictions on childcare benefits that took effect from 6 April. We have completely updated our own guidance and the full text is available with this newsletter.
The Forum has been busy again. Can anyone share their experiences on the subject of buying holiday entitlement under a flexible benefits scheme?