Start date and time
04 December 2012 08:30
End date and time
04 December 2012 10:00
(GMT) Greenwich Mean Time
Deloitte, Lomond House
9 George Street
Tel: +44 207 303 2444
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With less than 6 months to go before RTI is implemented, come to our national seminars and hear the very latest news from HMRC and Deloitte specialists.
RTI is a fundamental change to the PAYE system, requiring employers to move from the submission of summarised annual PAYE returns to a return per employee, per payment, to be submitted electronically to HMRC.
Many employers will already have started their RTI preparations but may still have unanswered questions about some of the more complex areas of RTI, particularly in relation to the treatment of share schemes and internationally-mobile employees. Others may not yet have started to make the system and data changes needed to prepare, and could therefore be facing a race against time as RTI draws nearer.
Our seminars will focus on the practical steps employers should be taking now in the final months before RTI is implemented. In particular they will focus on:
The progress of the RTI pilot and key HMRC messages;
The general steps all employers need to take to prepare, such as data cleansing and HR process changes;
The RTI position for internationally-mobile employees and share schemes;
The compliance picture and risk safeguards; and
A Q&A session with Deloitte experts and HMRC
Who should attend
You should attend this seminar if you are responsible for payroll or employer tax compliance in your organisation and would like to ensure your preparations for RTI are on the right track.
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