New Employment Allowance disclaimer in payroll
Question asked by Kevin Doran 6 years ago
Please note that the employment allowance is not directly deducted form the NIC's and HMRC. You could be overpaying tax to HMRC
This is good to see but I wouldn't be at all surprised if it leads to more confusion, accountants may well understand what's going on but many end users won't.
Are you guys any closer to putting a proper solution in place for this? When it comes to dev work I do hate to use the term 'not difficult' but surely adding an extra column for the EA and having it taken into account when displaying the amount owed to HMRC [within payroll] is worth the effort? It already takes it into account when importing the bills into accounting so the technology is there in some form [that's coming from a non-techie I might add before anybody screams at me!]
PS: From not form