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Sorry this should say that they should have been treated as an off-payroll worker, not an employee.
Hi, it has come to light on one of our payrolls for a previous tax year (2021/22) that we need to pay some tax over to HMRC for an employee that should have actually been on payroll but was incorrectly treated as a contractor. Can you advise on the correct procedure for us to be able to pay this over to HMRC please.
We have an employee who has recently changed their name. From an employer payroll perspective, if they have changed their name by "unenrolled" deed poll, is it simply a case of amending our payroll to their new name? Or, do they have to have changed their name by "enrolled" deed pool for us to amend their name on payroll?
We are presuming that they will retain their NI number?
We are generally unsure of the overall process for his regarding payroll, therefore, would appreciate any advise on what we should be doing and what we need to advise you of.
Our HR team have advised that they are looking at employing a person in Southern Ireland to work remotely for our UK company based in South Yorkshire. What are the PAYE issues of employing someone in Southern Ireland?