Top 5 Things In Payroll To Know This Week – 19/03/2021

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Welcome back to another edition of the Top 5.  This week includes the Supreme Court judgment on the minimum wage case of Royal Mencap Society -v- Tomlinson-Blake. 

1. Supreme Court dismisses appeal in Mencap case

Carers who sleep overnight at work in case they are needed not entitled to minimum wage for whole shift – Supreme Court rules

Read More: https://yourpayrollteam.com/supreme-court-dismisses-appeal-in-mencap-case/

2. Shielding To End From 1 April 2021

The government is sending out a new letter to people on the shielded patient list advising them of new guidance from 1 April 2021.

As part of the government’s roadmap out of national restrictions, they are informing those on the list that they are no longer advised to shield from 1 April 2021. 

Read More: https://yourpayrollteam.com/shielding-to-end-from-1-april/

3. CA44: National Insurance for company directors

The 2021/22 version of the guidance for information about paying National Insurance contributions (NICs) for company directors has been published.

Read More: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/ca44-national-insurance-for-company-directors

4. Join me at the i-Realise Payroll and Reward Brunch

I will be joining Ian Holloway to discuss the recent UK Budget and the new tax year. 

Register at: https://www.i-realise.co.uk/events/the-i-realise-payroll-and-reward-brunch/

5. HMRC Webinars – What’s New For 2021/22

HMRC are running a number of free webinars for employers to keep them informed of the updates for the coming 2021/22 tax year. 

Register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/8055526174968657676?source=Gov

Next Payroll Forum – 6 May 2021

The next Payroll Forum will take place on 6 May from 3pm.

Register Now: https://yourpayrollteam.com/payrollforum

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