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Payslip Template

Payslip Template 3.80/5 (76.00%) 15 votes
Friday 15th September 2017

MS Excel (.xls) – Our Payslip template is designed to save you time in writing such documents from scratch. We carefully review our templates to ensure they can be reused quickly and easily with minimal input. Since this template is ... Read More »

National Insurance Contributions (NICs) For Your Employees

National Insurance Contributions (NICs) For Your Employees 4.00/5 (80.00%) 1 vote
Friday 15th September 2017
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Overview For all employees earning more than £149 a week you have to deduct Class 1 National Insurance contributions (NICs) from their pay. You also pay a direct contribution on an employee’s earnings above £148 a week. The exact amounts depend on: How much an employee earns Their National Insurance category (this depends on their ... Read More »

Introduction To Expenses And Benefits For Employers

Introduction To Expenses And Benefits For Employers 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote
Friday 15th September 2017
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Overview If you’re an employer and provide expenses or benefits to employees or directors, you might need to tell HMRC and pay tax and National Insurance on them. Examples of expenses and benefits include: Company cars Health insurance Travel and entertainment expenses Childcare There are different rules for what you have to report and pay ... Read More »

If You Can’t Pay Your Tax Bill On Time

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Overview If you can’t pay all your tax on time, contact HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) as soon as possible. You may be able to either: Get more time to pay Pay your bill in instalments If you don’t contact HMRC, you’ll get charged penalties and interest, making your tax bill bigger Your payment isn’t ... Read More »

National Insurance

National Insurance 4.00/5 (80.00%) 1 vote
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Overview You pay National Insurance contributions to build up your entitlement to certain state benefits, including the State Pension. You pay National Insurance if you’re: 16 or over An employee earning above £149 a week Self employed making a profit over £5,725 a year (unless you get an exception) The exact amount you pay depends ... Read More »

Accounts And Tax Returns For Private Limited Companies

Accounts And Tax Returns For Private Limited Companies 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote
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Overview At the end of its financial year, your limited company must prepare full (‘statutory’) annual accounts. You then use this information to: Send accounts to Companies House Send a Company Tax Return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) Pay Corporation Tax – or tell HMRC that your limited company doesn’t owe any Action Deadline ... Read More »

Blind Person’s Allowance

Blind Person’s Allowance 3.00/5 (60.00%) 1 vote
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Overview Blind Person’s Allowance means you can get an extra amount of income tax-free each year. For the tax year 2013 to 2014, the allowance is £2,160. What you’ll get For the 2013 to 2014 tax year, you get £2,160 added to your Personal Allowance – this is the amount of income you can get ... Read More »

Tips At Work

Tips At Work 3.00/5 (60.00%) 1 vote
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Overview If you get tips at work, they don’t count towards the National Minimum Wage, but you do have to pay tax on them. How tips are paid You could get your tips as: Cash at the end of a shift or from a customer Part of your pay packet An amount that’s pooled and ... Read More »