Webinars from HMRC

Helpful Webinars from HMRC: Payroll, Minimum and National Living Wage and Employer Responsibilities

Whether you’re a new employer or an established employer trying to navigate new regulations and wage levels, HMRC are running a series of webinars that not only deliver information but also give you the chance to ask any questions you may still have.

This is your chance to get your information straight from the horse’s mouth, as it were, but you must register and login at least 5 minutes before the webinar start time to take part. The links below will take you straight to the relevant registration page.

On 12th December, 2-3pm, there will be a live webinar on ‘Getting Payroll Information Right: how to give accurate information to HMRC’, which aims to help you avoid making common mistakes when completing your payroll.

There is also a series of webinars entitled ‘Cutting Your Risk’, the first of which can be accessed on the dates and times below. HMRC says the series ‘will cover the essentials you need to know on national minimum wage and national living wage and the common errors made by employers, concentrating on working time and deductions.’

– 30th November 2016, 1pm to 2pm

– 6th  December 2016, 11am to midday

– 8th  December 2016, 11am to midday

Over the next few weeks, there are also many other upcoming webinars on:

– Getting Started as an Employer

– Using Basic PAYE Tools for the First Time

– Expenses and Benefits

– How To Avoid in year Penalties

– Company Directors – Payroll and You

– HMRC and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) working together for you – growing your business

– Statutory Sick Pay

– Statutory Shared Parental Pay and Leave


You can find links to register for all the webinars above here, together with useful videos and previously recorded webinars on a range of employment and tax topics.

If you want to stay up-to date with new information from HMRC and be informed about new issues of the Employer Bulletin, you can register for HMRC’s employer email alert service. You can also register to receive regular business help and education emails from HMRC.


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