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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Payroll legislation update

Date: 9 March 2016 13:30 to 17:00

Type: Course, Legal and Regulatory, Tax

Organiser: Cumberland

Now the Autumn Statement announcements have settled down, and the 2015 consultation work has finished what will it all mean for payroll?

The session will cover all you need to know to prepare for the new tax year and will include hot topics such as:

  • New rates and thresholds
  • Changes to dispensations
  • Termination payments – taxable or not?
  • Payrolling of benefits
  • National Living Wage
  • Anything and everything else impacting payroll from the Autumn Statement

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Venue

Greenhill Hotel

Address:
Greenhill Hotel,
Red Dial,
Wigton,
CA7 8LS

Tel No: 016973 43304

Speaker

Karen Thomson

Karen has worked for over 20 years within the different functions of HR, Pensions and Payroll. After making the decision to specialise in payroll, Karen has spent the last 18 years building on her knowledge and skills and during that time has gained an understanding of the differing needs of a range of sectors which include Private, Public and Local Authorities. She has experience of  a range of different roles, ranging from a hands on practitioner, through to her current role as the Associate Director of Policy, Research & Strategic Visibility for the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals, where she is responsible for ensuring the delivery of member benefits, the most significant being,  News Online, the CIPP’s weekly review of what is news in the world of Payroll and extensive consultation with a number of  bodies, most notable being HMRC and the Department for Work & Pensions receiving an External Stakeholder Engagement award from HMRC in 2013.  Karen is also a tutor for the CIPP Foundation Degree in Payroll Management and a lecturer for the CIPP MSc in Business and Reward Management.

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