Tolley's National Insurance Contributions 2021-22 Main Annual
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Why should you buy Tolley’s National Insurance Contributions 2021-22 Annual
Tolley’s National Insurance Contributions is fully updated to include:
- Relevant tax, employment, and National Insurance legislation up to Finance Act 2021 and associated NIC regulations
- Revised NIC rates, limits, and worked examples for 2021-22
- Recent case law developments relating to National Insurance
- Overseas matters, with consideration of the impacts of Brexit and interaction of bilateral treaties
- Introduction of the NICs holiday for army veterans from April 2021
- Covid-19 updates: the CJRS and SEISS and their impact on NICs and related items such as SSP, and homeworking expenses
- Off-payroll working reforms in the private sector effective from April 2021
- Extensive changes in respect of Anti-avoidance: GAAR, POTAS, DOTAS, Loan Charge, and penalties for enablers of defeated tax avoidance schemes
- Revised details of National Insurance-related forms, leaflets and other relevant guidance
Ros Hendren has over 32 years' experience in payroll, including 12 years within the payroll and HR outsourcing community. Since 2013, Ros has been running her own bureau and consultancy business, enabling clients to maximise efficiencies and effectiveness within their payroll operational service functions. She also works as tutor for CIPP, helping deliver their payroll qualification programme, and was a member of the board for 5 years. Ros has an MSc in Payroll and Business Management, is a chartered manager with CMI, holds fellowships with CMI, CIPP, and the HEA, and is included in the Reward 300, as a member of the Knowledge and Professional Services Leaders 2021.