What happened in May: Monthly blog round up

By Louise Mulgrew | 27th May 2015 | 7 min read

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

May has absolutely flown by, there has been our blogs on the perils of businesses emailing payslips, the first escalated fines from TPR for non-compliance and also two IRIS guides! Here is a selection of the most popular blogs from a busy month!

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

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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TPR issue first escalated fines for non-compliance

Following the most recent compliance and enforcement of auto enrolment review in April, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) have more than doubled the number of total fixed penalty notices of £400 in the three months January to March.

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The 6 auto enrolment traps! [Free Guide]

Become the Indiana Jones of the payroll world with our free guide to the 6 auto enrolment traps and how to avoid them!

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4 Steps to profit from auto enrolment [Free Guide]

Back in 2012, the government introduced the workplace pension reform; auto enrolment. Download the free IRIS guide to "4 Steps to profit from auto enrolment" to find out how you as an accountant can make the best of this opportunity.

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Are you entitled to employment allowance?

Back in the 2013 budget, the government announced details of the new employment allowance which allows employers to make a saving of £2,000 on secondary class 1 national insurance contributions.

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