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Business 'Biggest PAYE shake up in 60 years'

HMRC are to write to all employers next month to outline the biggest PAYE shake up for 60 years says KPMG.


Q&A What is RTI?

RTI stands for Real Time Information and is an initiative designed by HMRC which allows payroll managers to tell the Revenue about tax, National Insurance contributions (NICs) and other deductions

Q&A What is the difference between a P45 and P46?

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P45 forms and P46 forms both relate to PAYE tax matters.

Business More laws added to an already complex system

George Bull, senior tax partner and David Heaton, tax partner at Baker Tilly give us their take on complexities surrounding PAYE and NIC taxation.

Personal What is the PAYE system?

Your employer or private pensions provider is an unpaid tax collector for the Revenue using the PAYE system - Pay As You Earn.


Business Employing other people (PAYE)

If you plan to employ other people, you need to get everything sorted out well in advance regarding their pay and tax.

Business Top tips on how to tackle PAYE

PAYE (Pay As You Earn) is the system that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) uses to collect Income Tax and National Insurance contributions (NICs) from employees' pay as they e

Business Summary of main business tax changes for 2010-11

In this article we cover taxes relating to employees, VAT, PAYE, the Annual Investment Allowance, capital allowances, National Insurance and business rates.

Q&A Offsetting trading losses against PAYE

Q: If, whilst employed and paying tax, I set up as a sole trader as well, can I offset any trading losses against the PAYE I pay through my self-assesment?