CIPP Payroll and pensions update seminar

Event: CIPP Payroll and pensions update seminar

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Location: London

The CIPP payroll and pensions updates events are aimed at non-members and trial members of the CIPP and are designed to provide an overview of how the CIPP can support payroll and pension’s professionals and the benefits of CIPP membership, providing you with access to support and guidance.

The seminars will provide delegates with an opportunity to hear about the developments in payroll which will keep seasoned professionals up to date, or provide an introduction to those new in the industry. Topics covered include:

  • Income tax rates, allowances and bands
  • National insurance
  • Expenses and benefits
  • Pensions and payroll including automatic re-enrolment
  • Salary sacrifice
  • Holiday pay and leave

NOW: Pensions will be speaking and exhibiting at this seminar.

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