PAYE and NI

Employers more optimistic

The last few months have seen a series of mixed signals given out on the employment market, but a new survey has suggested that employers are feeling more confident about the future.

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Employers urged to make sure students don't overpay tax on summer jobs

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has reminded both employers and students about the paperwork needed to ensure that there is no unnecessary payment of tax for summer jobs.

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Government announces funding for skills development

The Government has set out where the first round of skills investment will be spent under the Growth and Innovation Fund.

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Fathers turning down chance of paternity leave

There is evidence that new fathers are unwilling to take up the parental leave rights available to them because families are worried about the subsequent loss of earnings.

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Smaller firms struggling to provide new jobs

A new study has suggested that many smaller businesses are finding it difficult to create new jobs.

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Personal taxes important to future government revenue

The Government needs more taxpayers to earn more money in order to help balance the nation’s books.

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Government wants views on integrating income tax and NI

The Government has published preliminary, guideline ideas for merging income tax and national insurance and is keen to collect evidence on the matter.

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Skills training needs improvement

Despite the best efforts of governments over the past decade, the UK is still suffering from a skills shortage.

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Regulation breaks would encourage sole traders to employ

Sole traders would be more prepared to take on an employee if the regulations surrounding employment were eased, a new study has claimed.

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Apprenticeships on the increase

Over 100,000 additional apprenticeship places have been created during the past year.

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