You would be forgiven, amidst all the media attention that workplace pensions has received, for thinking that it is an absolute must to enrol all eligible workers into a workplace pension scheme. Eligible workers are those employees that are aged between 22 and state pension age, earning over £10k per annum and working in the…

Date posted: March 30, 2017

A little while ago I wrote an article about Sports Direct failing to meet minimum wage criteria for their factory workers.  The story had been well publicised and poor old Mike Ashley was put through the millionaire’s wringer. Just lately another large company have been caught out underpaying their staff and not meeting the minimum…

Date posted: March 23, 2017

As the year end trundles ever closer, employers must start thinking about the dreaded P11d submissions.  The P11d’s need to be completed and filed with HMRC by the 6th July 2017. If you’re in any doubt what a P11d form is and whether you need to complete one, let me give you the low down. …

Date posted: March 16, 2017

Well I think it’s safe to say that 2017 is set to be an eventful year at the very least. Britain is set to begin the process of exiting Europe, we have a new President in charge of the ‘Free World’ and there are elections to take place in some of Britain’s closest trading partners…

Date posted: March 9, 2017

I increasingly hear payroll stories from various people and they’re not usually the sort to tell the kids before bedtime (not that I tell my children bedtime stories of payslips and P32’s).  No, I always seem to hear the bad things that have gone wrong with a payroll such as paying staff late/incorrectly. Mistakes with…

Date posted: March 2, 2017