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David Gauke speaks at Payroll World

I usually attend the Payroll World Spring update conference every year but after a sales call from PW a few weeks earlier and being informed that MP and Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury David Gauke would be in attendance I … Continue reading

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Writing to your MP, total waste of time…

I wrote to David Gauke MP, he’s my local politico and is supposed to represent his constituents.  I wanted to know if he shared my fears about HMRC’s Real Time Information (RTI) initiative.  I won’t go into details in this … Continue reading

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Why I am concerned about Real Time Information (RTI)

There are two reasons, one is that there is an onus on employers to provide what HMRC term “Clean Data”.  In my experience employers have operated PAYE exceptionally well and have a track record somewhat better than HMRC in terms … Continue reading

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Car Insurance, Tax, MOT – More taxing than income!

So it’s that time of year again, my road tax expired at the end of last month. I have a stupid 2.5 litre car with a 6 cylinder engine. Owning such a gas guzzling monster my government think that the … Continue reading

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Payroll World Spring Update Conference 2012 and an update on RTI.

It was a hellish journey into London standing room only all the way from Watford to Euston, then crammed into a tin can on the Victoria Line after allowing 2 tubes to leave as they were just too full for … Continue reading

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Conference 24th March Review

I attended the PayrollWorld Spring Conference last week with the express intention of learning more about HMRC’s plans for Real Time Information (RTI) and Centralised Deductions.  Centralised Deductions is the radical plan for employers to send all of our wages … Continue reading

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