Tax and deductions from pay
Boris Johnson's announcement today that health and social care reform will be funded through a 1.25% increase in national insurance has been branded a "tax on jobs" by employer groups.
Changes to the off-payroll working rules - known as IR35 - take effect in the private sector on 6 April.
Employers hiring military veterans can, from today, apply for relief on national insurance contributions (NICs) for the first 12 months of employment.
Nearly four in 10 (38%) mid-sized organisations are not prepared for the introduction of IR35 off-payroll working changes, with just under three weeks to go until they take effect.
The Government has published new guidance about how it will support organisations seeking to comply with upcoming off-payroll (IR35) changes.
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