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    Wink p a y e new real time rules from April 2013

    Sense of humour and thick skin is essential in this game

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    Yeah, we are getting ready for these changes, a load of form filling to prove we are paying who we say we are paying and they are in fact who they say they are. All in all, another fekin nightmare we could have done without.

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    does that mean you get more money or you lose more money. i get a end of year tax return and ive been paye for 6 yrs but still have to fill one in
    harp stays sharpe to the bottom of the glass!! if you can remember that your old too

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    they are also cracking down on Umbrella schems too - BBC News - 'Abusive tax avoidance' affects temporary workers

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    Quote Originally Posted by dico View Post
    does that mean you get more money or you lose more money. i get a end of year tax return and ive been paye for 6 yrs but still have to fill one in
    Same money Dico just a lot more paper work to prove the government are getting their cut.

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    they are also cracking down on Umbrella schems too - BBC News - 'Abusive tax avoidance' affects temporary workers
    Anyone who remembers the taxback uk scandal would have been suspicious of this from the beginning.

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    i hope to feck they do do away with all the umbarella shiit as the working man get his arse ripped with this crap,and AGENCIES LOVE IT.
    THE FACT THAT YOU HAVE TO PAY SOMEONE MONEY FOR WHAT YOU HAVE WORKED FOR CANT BE RIGHT,AND THE TAXMAN GETS FECKED ALONG THE WAY.

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    me and the missus were talking about this, surely it can't be legal to charge you to get your wages. it's not like you have a choice?

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    ive had it a couple of times seems to be the way of it with these agency jobs.
    its a fecking disgrace its not to get your money its for the payroll service,biggest scam ever

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    Bout time these so-called agency's were stopped. One employer I worked for boasted to me he was saving up to £200k PA in NI alone, taxation needed to run the NHS, pensions etc. It didn't bother him as he is independantly wealthy and owns property abroad to retire to.

    Its the general working public, you and me, that lose out. B@st@r6s

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    Lads better hope that payroll gets their money right!

    There is no same-day payments allowed under this system - so any errors will have to be rectified in the next payment run.
    Cientos aplicados, seis fue elegido!!!

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