Tax and Pensions

Are women in control of their finances?

by ParentalChoice
in Working Mum, Tax and Pensions, Financial Planning, Career
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So, are women in control of their finances?  According to a recent UBS article, the answer surprisingly is ‘no’. The report, ‘Own your worth – how women can break the cycle of abdication and take control of their wealth’ makes interesting reading.  It focuses on two key facts, which in isolation may appear a little ...

2019-20 tax year payroll changes – a Parental Choice Guide

by ParentalChoice
in Tax and Pensions, Payroll
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The new financial year starts on April 6 and we have looked at the 2019-20 tax year payroll changes which will affect you if you are an employer. The STANDARD PERSONAL TAX ALLOWANCE for employees will increase from £11,850 to £12,500; NATIONAL INSURANCE THRESHOLDS will also increase slightly, check out the values here.  AUTO-ENRO...

Employing staff

by ParentalChoice
in Tax and Pensions, Payroll, Employee Benefits
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If it is the first time you are employing staff take a look at our helpful guide for things to consider. Decide how much to pay  You must pay someone at least the minimum wage.  The following table details the current national minimum wage rates and the new levels which are set to increase in ...

Parental Choice launches PC Payroll

by ParentalChoice
in Tax and Pensions, Press Releases, Payroll
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  News Release Parental Choice launches PC Payroll   Surrey-based Parental Choice has today announced that it is expanding its tailored payroll, pension and legal services to all small businesses. For eight years Parental Choice has been a favourite with working parents looking for assistance in running their payroll services when...

Employment law and payroll update

by ParentalChoice
in Tax and Pensions, Payroll, Parenting, Nannies, Financial Planning, Childcare
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PC Payroll has created this employment law and payroll update. In line with the amendments and updates due to come into effect with the new tax year from April 2019, we thought it would be useful to highlight a few changes that may affect you on the legal and payroll side, in relation to being ...

What does the 2018 budget mean for working parents?

by ParentalChoice
in Tax and Pensions, Payroll, Parenting, Financial Planning
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Yesterday, October 29, Chancellor Philip Hammond presented the UK Government’s 2018 budget. We have reviewed it and pulled out the key points which will affect working parents and, importantly, the implications for those who employ staff to help run their busy lives. Whilst Mr Hammond was keen to headline the end of austerity bein...