Wage payments ruling 'unworkable', says Somerset tax partner

Chard & Ilminster News: Wage payments ruling 'unworkable', says Somerset tax partner Wage payments ruling 'unworkable', says Somerset tax partner

RULES making employers report all payments of wages to HM Revenue and Customs within seven days from April are “unworkable”, according to Paul Aplin, tax partner at Taunton-based chartered accountants A.C. Mole and Sons.

He said: “For many small businesses this new rule will mean running their payrolls 52 times a year instead of 12 – and it won’t raise 1p of extra tax.

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5:53pm Mon 18 Feb 13

jimeee says...

Just get on and do it.
Just get on and do it. jimeee

3:08am Tue 19 Feb 13

bts73 says...

just one more reason to cut back on the workforce and swell the queues down the job center - each member of staff generates 4 times as much paperwork as they used to, and what company owner likes paperwork ? none that i know.
just one more reason to cut back on the workforce and swell the queues down the job center - each member of staff generates 4 times as much paperwork as they used to, and what company owner likes paperwork ? none that i know. bts73

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