Even though the 2023/24 tax year has started, the unusual number of rate and threshold freezes will impact the profession for years to come. Of course, that’s how it stands at the moment but, as we know with payroll, reward and employment taxes, we rarely get the certainty and stability that we prefer.
This year’s Payroll and Reward Update, therefore, covers announcements that have already been made but affect the profession as we go forward, including :
The UK Autumn Statement 2022The UK Budget 2023Employment law updates as they affect payroll and reward
Ian HollowayIan is a highly respected payroll practitioner, writer, advisor and trainer. He has worked in the payroll profession for over 30 years and is now payroll consultant at an independent change management business operating in the HR and payroll space.
Ian has hands-on experience processing payrolls from all sectors, large and small. In 2011 he shifted focus to his passion for educating the profession, and also worked on improving payroll software solutions to meet legislative requirements and business goals.
He was the Trailblazer Chair for the Level 3 Payroll Administrator Apprenticeship and the Level 5 Payroll Assistant Manager Apprenticeship. He also advises on the practical impacts of new government legislation.
Peter Bickley - Technical Manager, Employment Taxes and NICs - ICAEW Tax FacultyPeter leads for the team on the policy and operational aspects of employment taxes and NIC, and the tax implications of matters ranging from anti-money laundering to engagement letters. Peter became a Chartered Accountant in 1981, and a Chartered Tax Adviser in 1986.
Having had a mixed personal/corporate tax portfolio in a variety of chartered accountancy practices ranging from what are now Big 4 to small, Peter joined the ICAEW tax technical team soon after the inception of the Tax Faculty in 1991.
Peter has been involved with most taxes during his time with the Tax Faculty, in particular NIC, VAT, inheritance tax and operational matters including inquiries, as well as professional conduct in relation to taxation and engagement letters, and, in the early days of the Tax Faculty, writing and editing TAXline and other Faculty publications.
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