As a caring employer you probably provide a competitive remuneration package … and of course you do this to attract and retain the right talent in your business.
We find that many employers do not budget correctly and therefore have a surprise in store when the Employer’s NI bill escalates. To help, we have created a little costing tool for you to use.
FREE Week & Month Tax Period Calendar The tax year is slightly organic. It may start on the 6th April and end on the 5th April but the tax weeks and monthly split fluctuate every financial year. So don’t get confused but get organised – download our FREE Month and Week Tax Period Calendar. 2019-2020 Tax Continue Reading »
If you have more than one job you could be paying too much tax. Learn how to split your tax code across multiple jobs and why you may be due for a tax refund.
Do you want to understand the payroll calendar 2015 – 2016 and HMRC tax year better? Are you worried you may miss an HMRC deadline? Don’t get caught out! Download our payroll calendar 2015 – 2016 to keep up to date with the cyclical nature of the UK tax year and to help you plan your payroll schedule.
The tax year is slightly organic. It may start on the 6th April and end on the 5th April but the tax weeks and monthly split fluctuate within this financial year. So don’t get confused and download our Month and Week Tax Period Calendar will help.
Employing foreign workers can be confusing as an employer. Are these individuals eligible to work in the UK? Will they have to be paid like every other member of your staff? And what about HMRC and NI identities?
Read our very brief guide to get you started…
Do you use your employer;s childcare voucher scheme? Do you wish they had one? Changes in 2015 will give many parents the opportunity to register for childcare vouchers without going through their employer. A totally flexible solution which gives you 20p for every 80p worth of vouchers you buy!
FREE 2015-2016 Week & Month Tax Period Calendar. Cox & Co | Payroll providers for charities & businesses in Bristol and South West. 0117 9328145
With the abolition of the default retirement age, receiving a carriage clock and taking that yachting holiday you were promised in the glossy pension magazine is not likely to materialise! So, if you are one of the growing number of UK workers who will continue to work beyond the age of 65 maybe check out how your pay could be affected with our FREE leaflet.
Pay your PAYE Employer’s Tax and NIC contributions by the 19th of the month.
Online or BACS payments accepted.
Have your Account Tax Reference and PAYE References to hand