An Update on Payroll & HR Compliance - Live at Your Desk
You may outsource your payroll and therefore heave a sigh of relief that your bureau needs to attend this live broadcast session not you - sadly that's not the case. You can never outsource compliance and despite COVID-19 and the disruption to our organisations we still need to be compliant. Arguably, it’s even more important as employees have been relying on payroll and HR teams more than ever, particularly if you’ve had to furlough employees and have had to pay and reclaim more SSP. This session will provide you with the confidence that your payroll is being run compliantly and you’re getting value for your fees as we know that HMRC are expecting to conduct 30,000 furlough investigates over the next 2 years as well as ramping up national minimum wage investigations.
This live broadcast session is aimed at professional advisers as well as anyone who employs people in the private, public or voluntary sectors. It presupposes some knowledge of payroll and HR obligations.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive broadcast will cover the following:
- The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: risk areas with claims and HMRC compliance activity
- Benefits in kind: Covid-19 changes for 20/21 and 21/22, were your P11Ds correct this year, especially in respect to the end of the company car transitional rules introduced in 2017?
- Hot topics:
- Holiday pay changes from April 2020
- NMW - it's not just about low earners, most employers appear to be non-compliant according to HMRC
- Deemed workers caught by IR35 - the payroll implications
- Statutory payments: Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay, paying and reclaiming SSP
- Student loan plan 4: how do we handle multiple plans?
- Universal Credit (UC): 2.3m employees are now in receipt of UC do you understand the interaction with earnings and what to do if things go wrong?
- Tax year 2022/23: what do we know already/?
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.