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Top story: AE non-compliance fears stoked by survey

Sixty-eight percent of micro businesses are prepared to miss their auto-enrolment staging date despite the threat of a £400 starting fine, according to a survey by software provider Intuit. Read full story

Tax-free childcare to launch in 2017

The government's tax-free childcare scheme has been given the go-ahead following a Supreme Court ruling, but will not be launched until early 2017. Read full story

Two-year cap on holiday pay claims comes into force

A two-year cap now applies on all claims for backdated holiday pay deductions. Read full story

Labour wants equalities watchdog to carry out gender pay audits

The Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) should audit Britain's biggest companies annually to check for differences in gender pay, according to the Labour Party. Read full story

Altmann: Toughest auto-enrolment challenges still to come

The second half of the auto-enrolment project will be “a much tougher ask” than the first, pensions minister Ros Altmann has warned. Read full story

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