CIPP UK: Payrolling benefits
As it stands, HMRC has not given an indication that payrolling benefits will become mandatory, but with the implementation of RTI and Class 1A NICs in real-time it may not be long before it will be, and being prepared for this is vital.
This course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to understand if payrolling is right for your organisation and to implement it if so.
What will you achieve?
At the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Identify the differences between submitting P11Ds and payrolling
- Consider the different elements needed for payrolling
- Complete the registration process
- Select the correct benefits applicable to your business to payroll
- Select which employees the chosen benefits apply to
- Communicate the payrolling process effectively with stakeholders and employees
What will be covered?
The course will cover the following learning outcomes:
- The differences between submitting P11Ds and patrolling
- Considerations for switching to patrolling
- Selecting benefits for patrolling
- Selecting employees for patrolling
- Registration with HMRC
If you are thinking of making the move from P11Ds to payrolling benefits this course is for you. The course will take you through all the considerations when starting payrolling benefits for the first time.
Containing an interactive case study, you will be shown the process of considering whether to payroll benefits or not, how to select the relevant benefits and employees to include in the process, how to register to payroll and how to communicate the change to employees.
**This course is not included in the GPA Membership, Enhanced and Full-suite Memberships or the GPA Training Academy.
Before joining the CIPP as a full-time trainer in September 2019, Fiona worked in payroll in different organisations for over 9 years including her role as Assistant Group Payroll Manager for Breedon Group Services, the UK’s largest independent construction materials firm. Fiona holds the CIPP Foundation Degree in Payroll Management and the CIPD Diploma in HR Management and uses the knowledge gained in both of these within her training role to ensure that CIPP members have the information, skills and knowledge they need to keep up to date with the ever-changing payroll obligations.