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The Changes Coming to Payroll in the New Tax Year

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As one tax year ends, another begins. And following the end of March, we now move in to the ‘19-‘20 tax year. With each new tax year comes the introduction of changes and new rules to follow in relation to pay as you earn (PAYE). This year, alterations are at a premium, which will no […]


Using Payroll Systems to Improve Efficiency in SMEs

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Many companies up and down the country will use payroll systems and software to manage how and when they pay their employees. And the particular type of software used and its limitations is probably given little consideration. That is, of course, until it does work as it should do and employees are angry they haven’t […]


Proud to be part of East Yorkshire

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Beverley has a strong sense of community. And it’s this sense of support and togetherness that made us want to make the town home for Stipendia, helping businesses across the country with their payroll needs from our base in Swaby’s Yard. Since we began 6 years ago, we’ve become an important part of life in […]


Making Tax Digital

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The chances are you’ll have heard the phrase ‘making tax digital’ over the past couple of months. You’ll probably have heard it more than once. However, for many, the specifics remain something of a blur and what it actually means is unclear. Well, it’s one of the biggest changes to the tax system in recent […]


What can we Learn from Morrisons’ Mistakes?

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As the old adage goes, you should learn from your mistakes. The logic is pretty tight but the downside is you need to make the mistake in the first place. And that can be costly: just ask the UK’s fourth biggest supermarket chain, Morrisons. So, with that in mind, perhaps learning from someone else’s mistakes […]


The New Tax-Free Childcare Scheme

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Last month saw the government launch its new tax-free childcare scheme, designed to help parents with the cost of childcare. Despite this, coverage of the new initiative has been rather sparse, so we’re here to provide you with an update and discuss the benefits available. Launched on April 28th, the new scheme applies to children […]


Legislation for Business – The Construction Industry Scheme

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Are you a business owner who employs contractors or subcontractors? The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) is a deduction scheme which involves tax being deducted at source from payments which relate to construction work. The scheme applies to all payments made under a construction contract, and will apply to payments made by a contractor to a […]


How Auto Enrolment is Affecting Businesses

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Auto Enrolment is rapidly affecting businesses, making it compulsory for employers to automatically enrol their eligible workers into a pension scheme. Despite this, some business owners are ignoring their new pension duties, and in dong so putting their business at significant risk! A report was recently published with information on the various compliance penalties and […]


Increase to the National Living and National Minimum Wage

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As of April 1st 2017, both the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage have increased, with over 2 million workers receiving a pay rise. It is important to keep up to date with this legislation to avoid paying fines for non-compliance! At Stipendia, our team of payroll experts are on hand to help guide […]


Could the changes to Salary Sacrifice impact you?

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The Spring Budget has been and gone, and companies are bracing for change. Despite that, one key announcement from the previous Autumn Statement seems to have been glossed over, and this is the significant changes to salary sacrifice arrangements. As these can impact your business and company finances, Stipendia are here to provide a quick […]


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