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Workplace tax exemptions for charging electric vehicles

Workplace tax exemptions for charging electric vehicles

Draft guidance surrounding the tax exemption for workplace charging facilities for electric vehicles has been published. The technical consultation seeks views on the draft legislation.

New tax year updates

New tax year updates

HMRC has updated a raft of its guidance with the new rates, allowances and duties for the tax year 2018 to 2019.

Employment related securities bulletin

Employment related securities bulletin

The employment related securities bulletin provides information and updates on developments relating to employment related securities, including tax advantaged employee share schemes.

Updated Access to Work guidance

Updated Access to Work guidance

The Department for Work and Pensions has updated its employers’ guide to Access to Work, a scheme which provides money to help disabled people do their jobs.

Childcare vouchers to close on 4 October

Childcare vouchers to close on 4 October

The government has confirmed that childcare vouchers (CCVs) will now close to new entrants on 4 October 2018.

New tax rules for PILONs

New tax rules for PILONs

The taxation of termination payments changed on 6 April to prevent manipulation of the system.

Optional Remuneration Arrangement rules take effect

Optional Remuneration Arrangement rules take effect

As of 6 April, all Benefits in Kind (BiK), including those covered under Optional Remuneration Arrangements (OpRAs) need to be reported to HMRC on form P11D, unless the employer is registered to voluntary payroll benefits.

GDPR Payroll Podcast

GDPR Payroll Podcast

Richard George, Director of Education at The Learn Centre, was recently invited to the Payroll Podcast run by Nick Day, Managing Director of JGA Payroll Recruitment. Hear the Key Facts about GDPR for payroll.

Business as usual ahead of AE contribution rise

Business as usual ahead of AE contribution rise

Employers typically spend less than two hours a month on their ongoing auto-enrolment (AE) duties and are largely supportive of the upcoming increases in contribution rates, according to findings from The Pensions Regulator (TPR).

‘C’ to be prefix for Welsh taxpayers

‘C’ to be prefix for Welsh taxpayers

The letter ‘C’ will reportedly be used to indicated a Welsh taxpayer when income tax becomes devolved in Wales from April 2019.

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