Latest guidance for employers

    Jayne Turner
    9th May 2022
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    HMRC has published the latest issue of the Employer Bulletin. The April issue has information on various topics including:

    • Forthcoming deadlines
    • Claiming employment allowance from April 2022
    • Student loans
    • Coronavirus updates and information
    • Official rate of interest
    • Hybrid working.

    Small businesses are being invited to share their views of the tax system through the Tell ABAB 2022 survey.

    You can also feedback on the UK central government complaints standards by participating in a survey launched by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman.

    Please contact our payroll department for any assistance you require.

    Internet link: Employer Bulletin

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