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  • Get tooled up

    HMRC has launched an online resource called 'Basic PAYE Tools' to help employers run their payroll systems.The online presence is to replace HMRC's Employer CD-ROM. Basic PAYE Tools includes all the CD-ROM's interactive features plus an automati... 

  • Wheel clampers to get the (Denver) boot

    Ahead of a clamping ban, new government figures have shown private wheel clampers take up to £55m from drivers each year. But legislation due to come into force early next year will make clamping on private land a criminal offence. If... 

  • Small print or big consequences

    The Office of Fair Trading has warned businesses that consumer contracts must be clear and have no unwelcome surprises buried in the small print. 

  • Doing the taxation Scam Scam

    Scammers just don't give up. Whether it's Nigerian 419ers or good old phishing attacks we need to have our guard up. Yet again HMRC is warning taxpayers to be vigilant following a surge of fake 'phishing' emails sent out by fraudsters following the 3... 

  • Universal time off for training? Not quite

    The Time to Train regulations - as introduced by the last government - are not to be extended this April to employees of small and medium-sized businesses. The right for employees to request time for training to improve their skills has been availabl... 

  • Open sesame. Government to simplify ICT procurement

    The Government is to ensure that small firms and organisations are no longer shut out of its procurement processes because of "excessive bureaucracy and petty regulation". Further, procurement opportunities will be available for everyone to... 

  • On yer bike

    The Office of Tax Simplification, a Quango created by the Coalition Government last year to look into simplifying the tax regimes that business and citizens endure, has now presented its findings to the Chancellor.A formal response is expected in the... 

  • Garden leave - can an employer dig itself out of a hole?

    When it comes to senior or key staff leaving it's often the case that employers will put the employee on 'garden leave' - they'll be paid during their notice period whilst being kept at home and away from the office, contacts and the business. But ca... 

  • Health and safety is not for the bored - it's for the board

    The recent successful prosecution of Cotswold Geotechnical Holdings in February should send shivers down the spine of any business where there is a risk of death in the workplace. In September 2008, geologist Alex Wright was killed in a mudslide ... 

  • Careful what you say, social networking isn't above the libel laws

    The Internet may represent a faster, more immediate method of communication and means of providing information but when it comes to the law it can be just as dangerous as print in a newspaper or careless words on the radio or TV. The growth of so...