When to issue an SSP1 Form

When to issue an SSP1 Form

Today I want to tell you how to support an employee who is not eligible for SSP but first lets look at what would make an employee ineligible. Number 1. The employee earns below £123 per week Number 2. If the employee has been off long-term sick and used up the...
Gross Pay Vs Net Pay

Gross Pay Vs Net Pay

Your employees earn a salary every year that is broken down into a pay frequency such as weekly, fortnightly, 4 weekly or the most common, monthly pay. Or you might pay your employees for the hours worked each period at a set pay rate. Whichever way you pay them their...
Don’t forget to pay HMRC your PAYE and NIC Liabilities

Don’t forget to pay HMRC your PAYE and NIC Liabilities

At Payroll Compliance between the 10th – 15th of the month we send our clients a PAYE and Ni Liabilities reminder with their P30 employers payslip attached, to nudge them to pay HMRC if they haven’t already done so. HMRC want cleared funds in their bank account by...
Do you employ a Veteran?

Do you employ a Veteran?

Did you know that if you employ a veteran you can claim National Insurance Contributions relief up to the veteran’s secondary threshold for the first year of their employment? An employee qualifies as a veteran if they have either: Served at least one day in the...
Statutory Sick Pay – SSP

Statutory Sick Pay – SSP

To be eligible for statutory sick pay, or SSP for short an employee must have an employment contract and have done some work under their contract. They must earn an average of at least £123 per week and have been off sick for 4 days in a row before they qualify. An...