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Payroll Training for Employers and Agents 21 March 2013

The Income Tax Division intends to run payroll training sessions for employers and agents on 2 and 3 April 2013.

The payroll training sessions will be provided free of charge and are available for all employers and agents who provide payroll services.

The sessions will take place at the Income Tax Division offices and last approximately three hours. The sessions will cover:

• the basic calculation of Income Tax Instalment Payments and National Insurance;

• guidance on the completion of T13, T14 and T9 forms;

• compliance penalties issued by the Division, including details of relevant deadlines and notification periods; and

• details of Online Employer Tax Services.

Additional training sessions may also be provided in the week commencing 8 April 2013 if required.

Interested parties should contact Jane Knowles on telephone number 01624 685042 to arrange attendance.

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