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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic National Living Wage comes into force

    National Living Wage comes into force

    National Living Wage comes into force

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 1st April 2016 08:15
    The new mandatory National Living Wage (NLW) has come into force, requiring employers to pay workers aged 25 and over at least 7.20 an hour.
    It is expected to give 1.3
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  • New law needed for pension protection, says minister

    New law needed for pension protection, says minister

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 9th March 2016 19:14
    A new law is needed to protect workers' savings held by companies that provide auto-enrolment pension schemes, a minister has said.

    Fears that dozens
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  • stuffthebanks
    started a topic Help please! Maternity

    Help please! Maternity

    Hello all,
    Not posted for a while now, its been a little bit s*** for the past weeks.
    Brother died 3rd January,Father in law died 11th January, both sudden and without warning.
    Youngest undergoing investigations on her heart condition....many trips to hospital in front of us.
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Fraud allegations in pension sales

    Fraud allegations in pension sales

    Fraud allegations in pension sales

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 8th December 2015 15:50
    Salesmen have told the BBC they lied and forged to persuade investors to part with pensions worth 100m.

    The money was invested in buying storage units from Lancashire-based
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  • Travelling to work 'is work', European court rules

    Travelling to work 'is work', European court rules

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 11th September 2015 17:26.

    Time spent travelling to and from first and last appointments by workers without a fixed office should be regarded as working time, the European......
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  • macjohn
    started a topic Two CCJs only now aware

    Two CCJs only now aware

    Hi,

    I have just been made aware that I have two CCJs against my name, embarrassingly I was told by my potential employers when they have done a credit/reference check.

    I had no idea and when I asked if they could give me the details I have contacted the courts and for the...
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  • nightwatch
    started a topic Daughters accident at work

    Daughters accident at work

    Ok most of you will know that 5 weeks ago youngest daughter was in an accident, while on the works mini bus that picks up disabled children and takes them to school. (no children were involved)
    the KA driver that hit them head on has taken the blame, all ok so far, now the fun begins
    The...
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  • Forum warns employers to make sure they are up to date with incoming changes to workplace rules

    Forum warns employers to make sure they are up to date with incoming changes to workplace rules

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 24th March 2015 18:52.

    April sees the routine raft of workplace regulatory changes come into force that will impact on employers of...
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  • cardiac arrest
    started a topic is this mis selling or what ?

    is this mis selling or what ?

    I have just had it confirmed officially (after many years) that my pension policy I bought in 1987, and about to mature in March this year, has restrictions in it which were
    not told to me.

    Specifically I was quoted, back then, 'potential' retirement pension of over 15k..then other...
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  • Government names and shames 37 National Minimum Wage offenders

    Government names and shames 37 National Minimum Wage offenders

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 15th January 2015 10:30.

    A further 37 employers who failed to pay their workers the National Minimum Wage have been named today (15 January 2015) by Business Minister...
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Christmas party 'could bring tax shock'

    Christmas party 'could bring tax shock'

    Christmas party 'could bring tax shock'

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 17th December 2014 16:20.

    *Employers could scupper the season of goodwill by leaving their staff exposed to a tax charge after their Christmas party, accountants have warned.*...
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  • Pat
    started a topic MKDP? Nationwide current account

    MKDP? Nationwide current account

    I would value any opinions please

    Nationwide current account that had some working tax credits paid into it incorrectly (i.e not for me). I spent the money total 332.96 , nationwide then took the money out plunging me into overdraft. For the next few months they charged me 20 a month...
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  • Riberaclass
    started a topic Benefit Overpayment?

    Benefit Overpayment?

    Have received letters today saying that we owe HMRC for overpayment of child tax credit and working tax credit. This relates to 2006/9/10. The letter indicates that there has been previous correspondence regarding this but I can recall nothing. In view of the time scale I no longer have any records...
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  • kilasuit
    started a topic Letting Agents - Resonable Fees and Requests

    Letting Agents - Resonable Fees and Requests

    Hi All,

    I think this will be a PlanB thread (being the head honcho in this area) But I was wondering what peoples experiences are with Estate Agents when planning to rent a property in regards to fees and also other requests (like Reference Requests etc)

    I have recently been...
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  • di30
    started a topic Re-applying uniform tax

    Re-applying uniform tax

    As many of you know my hubby returned to one of his old employment just recently, due to order dropping a downturn at the previous job, now he had the tax code for uniform tax.
    Then P45 he handed to the now employer should they use the same tax code, or will hubby have to re-apply again?
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