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From 6 April 2013, most employers will be required to send to HMRC payroll information in real time whenever they  process payroll. Each time the payroll is processed, the payroll software will collect the necessary information and send it to HMRC online on or before the payment date.  

For more detailed information, download PDF [right click and save target as].
From 7 January 2013, new rules will come into force that will affect child benefit claimants who live in a household where the net income of a person exceeds £50,000 in a tax year.

For these persons, child benefit will effectively be clawed back by 1% for every £100 of income in excess of £50,000. Once income reaches £60,000, child benefit will effectively be withdrawn.

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From 6 April 2014 almost all businesses, charities and community amateur sports clubs will be entitled to claim an annual Employment Allowance of up to £2,000 to reduce their liability to employer’s class I NICs.

For a detailed overview and how it may affect your business please click on the link [to download PDF right click and save target as].

Employment Allowance.pdf

Vehicle Excise Duty

New VED rates come into effect on 1 April 2017 for existing vehicles and for vehicles registered on or after that date. Details here: VED rates


From April 2018 pension contributions will increase. As an employer you have ongoing duties and this factsheet provides more information. Click on link below.

Pension auto enrolment

Making Tax Digital for VAT

From 1 April 2019 if your business is VAT registered and has a taxable turnover of over £85,000, it will have to comply with new rules for filing VAT returns. Our factsheet below provides more information on Making Tax Digital for Business, including MTDfVAT.

Click on link to download - MTDfVAT