Tag: PAYE accountants

Contractors - PAYE Accountants and National Insurance

Contractors – PAYE Accountants and National Insurance

Income tax and National Insurance contributions, or NICs, are payable on the salary that you pay yourself out of your limited company’s turnover. It is common for contractors who are not caught by IR35 to pay themselves a very low salary (e.g. minimum wage) to keep income tax and NICs to a minimum, taking the […]

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Penalties for PAYE Accountants

Penalties for PAYE Accountants

As an employer, you normally have to operate PAYE as part of your payroll. PAYE is HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) system to collect Income Tax and National Insurance from employment on or before your employees’ payday On or before your Employees’ Payday: Every time you pay your employees, use your payroll software to: Record […]

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RTI-Important facts of RTI interest for Employers

It is essential for employers to know that RTI does not do real-time adjustments for the PAYE accountants debt. Each month is treated as a separate period for which interest calculation is performed. 19th of every calendar month is the last day for any adjustments/amendments you can make to the PAYE amount due for the […]

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Real Time Information (RTI) for PAYE

Real Time Information (RTI) for PAYE Real-Time Information (RTI) improves the operation of the PAYE accountants system by creating more up-to-date taxpayer records and making the system easier for employers and HMRC to administer. Reasons for introducing RTI When PAYE was introduced almost 70 years ago, most people held just one job for most of […]

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