What happened in June?

By Louise Mulgrew | 7th July 2015 | 1 min read

Take a look back at the top blog posts from June with our monthly round up!

Businesses emailing payslips could face court claims if there is a data breach

Still a very hot topic in the world of payroll and pensions, this has now been on top of our rankings for two months!

Following a recent court case involving Google inc. v Vidal-Hall, the Court of Appeal have clarified the rules under the Data Protection Act 1988 (DPA).

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The IRIS Pioneers take on the three peaks for charity!

A group of mountaineering (not-so-enthusiasts) are braving the Yorkshire three peaks challenge today in the name of charity to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.

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Do you have less than 30 employees?

From 1st June, waves of firms with under 30 employees will start to be phased in to the Government’s automatic enrolment scheme. The Pension Regulator state approximately 14,000 small and micro businesses will be reaching their staging date this month, with tens of thousands more due to stage over the next 2 years.

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Will you be ready for the P11D deadline?

Every year UK businesses should submit a P11D form (or P9D for employees earning less than £8,500) to HMRC for each employee that has received taxable benefits during the previous tax year. A P11D form must also be provided to individual employees detailing the benefits they have received and tax due.

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What the helpful "Making auto enrolment simple" video from the People's Pension

Auto enrolment is no easy subject to swallow and every effort is being taken by pension providers and payroll providers alike to ensure that auto enrolment is as easy as it can be to understand.

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