The following Employment Tax guidance note Produced by Tolley in association with Sarah Bradford provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
Wages are defined as any sums payable to the worker in connection with the employment.
Employers generally agree the basic rate and frequency at which they will pay their employees. The rate must not be less than the national minimum wage (see the National minimum wage ― overview guidance note). The rate of pay and / or method of calculating pay constitute key information contained in the written statement of particulars at the commencement of employment. See the Written statement of particulars or terms and conditions guidance note. The written statement of particulars should be updated with any changes subsequently agreed. The employer will then be obliged to pay wages to the employee at the agreed rate whenever the employee is ready and willing to work. In other words the employer will have to pay wages irrespective of whether or not he can provide work for the employee to do.
In the written statement employers and employees may also agree that the employee will be entitled to wages
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