The Inland Revenue will be presenting an overview of online filing at the two-day Softworld HR & Payroll event.
From next year employers with more than 250 employees will be obliged to file online with medium-sized employers (50-249 employees) required to submit returns online the following year.
Smaller businesses, those with fewer then 50 employees are not expected to file online but those that do can get up to £825 tax-free over five years if they e-return.
The Softworld session will cover:
• An overview of PAYE online filing
• What IR means by online filing
• Timetable of deadlines for employers
• Tax-free incentive payments for small employers
Inland Revenue speaker, Marie Gibbs said: “Online filing is quick, convenient and secure. And I’m really looking forward to helping people do it online and reap the benefits!”
Softworld HR & Payroll event takes place from 20-21 October 2004 at the NEC, Birmingham. The event features an exhibition of around 40 leading solutions suppliers, as well as an educational programme comprising vendor seminar, breakfast briefing and masterclass sessions.
Marie Gibbs, business advisor at the Inland Revenue will be speaking at 10.15 on Thursday, 21 October.
See HRZone’s dedicated Softworld zone for more information.