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This section contains useful guides to key topics for employers.
What counts as a ‘van’ for tax purposes?
An overview of how company car tax is calculated, and how to save money.
A guide to reporting expenses and benefits.
The benefits of transferring income to your spouse or civil partner.
A guide to tax-free benefits and expenses payments for employers.
Details of the optional fixed rate expenses scheme.
Making sure your PAYE operation is compliant.
Ways for employers to save NICs.
A guide to Pay-As-You-Earn administration.
A guide to the Real Time Information payroll rules.
The legal requirements for payslips.
If you employ staff, you'll need to ensure you comply with the auto-enrolment regulations.
The rules governing pooled vehicles.
Outlining the NICs that are required to be paid by the self employed.
Aspects of voluntary NICs.
A guide to the Employment Allowance.
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