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Employee-benefits-takeaway

Employee Benefits Takeaway

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Behind the golden arches: take a leaf out of McDonalds’ book on employee benefits? When you think of McDonald’s restaurants, what comes to mind? A Big Mac and fries? Chicken McNuggets? What about a great employer which offers career progression and numerous benefits? It’s probably not how most people would think of the high street…

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Employers named and shamed over pensions

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Auto-enrolment non-compliant employers named and shamed The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published the names of employers who have not complied with pensions auto-enrolment. These firms have been issued an escalating penalty notice. TPR’s list includes organisations that they have secured a court order against failure to pay the escalating penalty notices for auto-enrolment non-compliance, as…

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After The Elections

After The election

Posted under Tax Briefs, Ward Goodman News.

And after the election… There is unfinished business for the new government to deal with.  Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. However, when it comes to general elections, there is plenty of history to suggest that tax increases are more likely in the first Budget to occur after the polls have…

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The Future of Income Tax

Posted under Tax Briefs, Ward Goodman News.

The electoral politics of income tax The 2017 election manifestos offered little good news on the future of income tax. Judging by the manifestos of the three main political parties, the days of appealing to voters by cutting income tax (and its alter ego, national insurance) are over: The Conservatives repeated their 2015 manifesto promise…

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