Pension & Payroll Seminar
04 February 2020
06 February 2020
18:00-18:30 | REGISTRATION |
18:30-20:15 | PENSIONS & PAYROLL UPDATE |
Change is a constant for professionals working within payroll, pensions and reward and 2020 promises to be no different. Delivering against the backdrop of upheaval and uncertainty employers continue to rely upon their payroll and pension teams to ensure their full compliance with new legislation – and ongoing policy.
This legislation update will discuss the changes that are due to come into play from April 2020, which will include:
IR35/Off Payroll working rules
Good Work Plan progress
Increasing focus on compliance and enforcement for employers
National Minimum Wage updates
The seminar will also ask what the future might hold following recent consultations and look to debate which policy items should be considered for update given the coalface challenges that they continue to present.
20:15-20:30 | Q&A SESSION |
20:30 | SEMINAR CLOSE |
Julie Hodgskin, Technical Materials Author, CIPP
Julie is a Technical Materials Author at the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) where she develops and maintains course materials for the CIPP’s range of qualifications and short training courses. As part of the Policy and Research team, she researches technical developments in payroll and pensions, highlighting and communicating the implications within the Institute, to its members and to the wider industry.
Samantha Mann, Senior Policy & Research Officer, CIPP
As Senior policy and research officer at the CIPP, Samantha represents the payroll voice at a wide range of consultation fora as well as writing for a number of sector magazines and periodicals.
Sam has worked for a variety of employers delivering payroll services specialising in delivering payroll expertise to SME employers in the third sector.
London South Bank University, Business School, London
With a convenient central London location near Elephant & Castle underground station, the recently redeveloped Business School is a state of the art facility for education and learning.
This new venue for AIA located in the heart of London offers magnificent facilities and easy access for all delegates.
Manchester Metropolitan University, Business School, Manchester
With a glass exterior and an alluring spacious and light interior, the building pivots around two open plan atria, designed over seven floors to create an inspirational learning environment.
The business school is a short walk from Oxford Road train station and Manchester city centre.
At the event we will also be running a charity donation for the Educational and Benevolent Trust.
The trust was founded to raise and provide funds for those wishing to undergo education and training in accountancy and to provide relief for AIA members, students and the dependents of those members in cases of need hardship or distress.
Any donations on the evening, however big or small will be greatly received.
The AIA are in collaboration with Access Accountancy, who are dedicated to ensuring everyone has an equal chance of accessing the accountancy profession. As we celebrate the success of the Association, we continue to strive to help others undergo education and training in accountancy.
Donations, investment income and legacies all contribute to the AIA Educational and Benevolent Trust. If you would like to make a donation to the trust fund prior to the event you donate by clicking here.
To reserve your place at this exclusive event please visit My AIA. Alternatively, complete the form below to request a call back or call us on 0191 493 0282.
£25.00 | AIA members (CPD810) | London
£30.00 | Non-members (CPD811) | London
£25.00 | AIA members (CPD812) | Manchester
£30.00 | Non-members (CPD813) | Manchester