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STUDENT LOANS

Student loans: unravelling the complexities

As another cohort of graduates joins the workforce, some with £50,000 worth of debt repayable through the payroll system, what questions might you get asked about repayments? More...

STUDENT LOANS

New student loan warning messages

STUDENT LOANS

What’s new with student loans?

If you employ staff with postgraduate loans, you’re required to start making deductions through payroll in addition to undergraduate loans. Are you up to speed with the process changes? More...

NEW TAX YEAR

2019/20 tax year - payroll implications

The new tax year is almost upon us, meaning potentially lots of changes for you to get to grips with. If you don’t, employees will be the first to let you know. So what are they key changes this time around? More...

STUDENT LOANS

2019 student loan thresholds announced

STUDENT LOANS

New Plan 2 loans revealed

STUDENT LOANS

Teachers to have loans reimbursed

STUDENT LOANS

Student loans - the new trap to be aware of

They start off as loans but then are collected for 30 years through payroll as soon as the employee graduates. That’s all nice and easy for the government but not so simple for employers. Why not? More...

STUDENT LOANS

Welcome news on Welsh student loans

STUDENT LOANS

Student loans - devolution worries

There’s no longer any such thing as “the UK” for employers, the devolved administrations have control over much of what you do and how you do it. Student loans is a case in point. What do you need to know? More...
Last updated: 11.11.2019

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