For employers reporting PAYE in real time - If you take on a new employee you must check they're entitled to work in the UK and get certain vital information from them before you can pay them
Guidance for employers on what to do if you provide a car to an employee that they can use for personal purposes, or withdraw it
If you take on a new employee you must check they're entitled to work in the UK and get certain vital information from them before you can pay them
Employer guidance on what counts as an expense or benefit, tax & NICs rules, which forms to use, deadlines for filing and payments
Employer guidance on getting new employee information for payroll & what to do if an employee provides a starter checklist after your first FPS for them
Employer guidance on setting up new employees, reporting on an FPS when they don't have a P45 & using the Starter Checklist to get new employee information
Employer guidance on procedures to follow if you employ someone for less than a week, or you take on a worker through an agency
An overview for employers of the procedures to follow if you start providing an employee with a benefit in kind
If you're an employer use form P46 (Car) if you start providing, replace or withdraw a car that's available for private use to a director or to an employee earning at or above £8,500
How to avoid overpaying or underpaying Income Tax, including when you have more than one job or are starting self-employment
Gall cyflogwyr sy'n hysbysu ynghylch TWE mewn amser real ddefnyddio'r Rhestr Wirio hon ar gyfer cyflogeion sy'n cychwyn i gasglu gwybodaeth ynghylch cyflogai newydd.
Employers can use this Starter Checklist to gather information about a new employee.
Employers can use this checklist to gather information about a new employee who has been seconded to work in the UK by an overseas employer.
Employer guidance on setting up your payroll records to make the correct deductions from pension and annuity payments
Information for employers about the changes being introduced to operating PAYE and how these changes will affect you
PAYE procedures for employers relating to an employee leaving or retiring
Direction under regulation 209 of the Income Tax (Pay As You Earn) Regulations 2003 (S.I. 2003/2682) in respect of Parts 1 and 3 of Form P45, Form P46 and Form P46(Pen)
Business Rules Expenses and Benefits 2014/15 P46(Car)
What your tax code means and how it's worked out, understanding emergency tax codes and changes that can affect your tax code
Email HM Revenue & Customs to tell them your tax code is wrong
Who to contact about your tax code if you think it's wrong, getting your tax corrected and why emergency tax codes are used