Latest guidance for employers

    Jayne Turner
    1st February 2024
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    HMRC has published the latest issue of the Employer Bulletin. The December issue has information on various topics, including:

    National Minimum Wage, Geographical Compliance Approach – support for employers
    payrolling expenses and benefits for the 2024/25 tax year
    off payroll working rules (IR35) – opportunity to pause settlement
    help to check if work qualifies for Research and Development tax relief
    make sure you stay on top of your workplace pension duties
    Childcare Choices – helping families to juggle work and life.

    Please contact us for help with tax matters.

    Internet link: Employer Bulletin

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