October’s Employer Bulletin published

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Employer Bulletin

Dear Mrs Pullan,

Our Employer Bulletin (October 2020, Issue 86) includes all of the latest COVID-19 updates to help you continue to meet your payroll obligations to HMRC, including recent government announcements of additional support for businesses and employees.We’ve included the latest update on both the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the Job Retention Bonus, the new Job Support Scheme, support for home working, updates on the UK Transition, and changes to Off-Payroll Working rules.To avoid delay, we recommend use of our online services should you need to contact or send us information.HMRC will continue to send you email alerts unless you choose to unsubscribe.  Your next Employer Bulletin is scheduled for December 2020.

Content of October Employer Bulletin
2 Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – October changes to the
scheme, closing down the scheme and job retention bonus
2 New COVID-19 support schemes
3 Do you have employees working from home because of COVID-19?
3 National Insurance Number delays
4 Deferred July 2020 Self Assessment Payment on Account
4 Off-Payroll Working Rules (IR35): Education and support available to customers
7 UK Transition
9 Apply for grants if your business completes customs declarations
9 Starter Checklist – Student and Postgraduate Loan
9 Student and Postgraduate Loan refunds
10 Student and Postgraduate Loans thresholds and rates from 6 April 2021
10 Are you using HMRC’s Business Tax Account?
10 PAYE for employer’s webchat service in the Business Tax Account
11 New Employment Allowance status option on PAYE for employers
11 PAYE RTI penalties – continuation of the risk-based approach to charging penalties
13 RTI Payment codes
13 Making your PAYE Settlement Agreement payment
13 Disguised remuneration
14 Electronic payment deadline falls on a weekend
14 Changes to our opening hours
14 PAYE Online service for reporting P11D, P11D(b) and P46(car)
15 Update on the withdrawal of P45 and P60 bulk stationery
15 Make sure to stay on top of your workplace pension
responsibilities and avoid legal action
15 Peer Networks/Small Business Leadership Programme
16 Corporate Criminal Offences – more than just a legislative tool,
and why you should care
16 Check if you need to tell HMRC about additional income

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