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Dear  Blue,

Our webinars will give you the guidance you need on employer responsibilities, including providing accurate payroll information and regular reporting to HMRC.

With live and recorded webinars, we have everything you need to help you get it right as an employer.

Getting payroll information right: It’s important to provide HMRC with accurate information when sending payroll reports. Avoiding common mistakes can save you time, ensuring your payroll runs smoothly. Learn more in this live webinar.

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Employer Filing Obligations: We’ll tell you when and how to send your Full Payment Submission (FPS) and Employer Payment Summary (EPS), outlining the importance of filing reports to HMRC on time in this popular live webinar.

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To ask questions during our live webinars, please use the on-screen text box.

You can also catch up with this recorded webinar on 'other employer responsibilities'  – available when you are.

Not joined a webinar (online presentation) before? This guide will tell you what you need to do.

There’s also a new interactive online guide covering Statutory Sick Pay – full of useful information and available at a time to suit you.


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