Rates and thresholds for employers 2021 to 2022

Employers will have to use these rates and thresholds when they operate their payroll or provide expenses and benefits to their employees. The rate of National Insurance contributions will change for a year from April 2022. The increase in the amount you contribute will be spent on the NHS and…

Health and Social Care levy

For the tax year 2022-23, HMRC has confirmed that the levy charge of 1.25% will be collected under the deduction of National Insurance Contributions (NIC). This means that for employees whose earnings will be above the Primary Threshold (PT) up to the Upper Earnings Limit (UEL), NICs will be collected…

Right to work checks

This update replaces the previous guidance issued by HMRC on 18 June 2021. The end date has now been deferred to 5th April 2022 for the temporary adjusted checks by HMRC. Since they have received a lot of positive feedback for offering to submit the checks remotely or through video…

Statutory sick pay rebate to end on 30th September

The statutory sick pay rebate scheme will end on 30th September 2021 as per the new Legislation laid before parliament. During the pandemic, the small and medium-sized employer was able to reclaim the SSP from HMRC where the employees were not able to work either due to covid or self-isolation…

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