Help from HMRC

Our live webinars will help you get your payroll off to the right start in the new tax year. The webinars are free and interactive, so you can ask questions using the on-screen textbox.

Employers – what’s new for 2018: Join this webinar for information on new and revised processes as well as updated rates, thresholds and tax codes for 2‌01‌8-1‌9.

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Expenses and benefits – phones, internet and homeworking: The latest addition to our expenses and benefits range, this brand new webinar gives an overview of the tax and National Insurance treatment of providing mobile phones, internet and homeworking expenses to your employees.

Tu‌esd‌ay 3 A‌pr‌il – 9a‌m to 1‌0a‌m                              Book now

Payrolling – tax employees’ benefits through your payroll: The deadline to register for payrolling is 5 A‌pr‌il 2‌01‌8. Find out about the advantages to you and your employees and what happens after you’ve registered.

We‌dn‌esd‌ay 4 A‌pr‌il – 1‌0a‌m to 1‌1a‌m                     Book now

Payroll – annual reporting and tasks: This webinar covers end of year tasks, form P60, your final Full Payment Submission (FPS) of the tax year and preparing for the new tax year. We use the Basic PAYE tool to show you the principles involved.

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Getting payroll information right: Providing accurate information and avoiding common mistakes, will mean fewer enquiries from HMRC and your employees. This webinar will show you how.

Th‌ur‌sd‌ay 5‌ A‌pr‌il – 2‌p‌m to 3p‌m                             Book now

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You can find out more about ‘Payroll software and sending reports to HMRC’ in our short video on HMRC’s YouTube channel

 

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