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Top story: EXCLUSIVE: HMRC pulls RTI cost savings report following stakeholder uproar

HMRC has been forced to review an RTI cost savings report it was set to give to government ministers following payroll stakeholders disputing the figures presented, Payroll World understands. Read full story

Payroll warning as fifth of HR directors not ready for Shared Parental Leave

Over a fifth of HR directors are not ready for Shared Parental Leave legislation due to come into force next month, according to ADP research. Read full story

PROFILE: Richard Jolly

Royal Holloway University of London payroll and pensions manager, Richard Jolly, may have expected working at a university would be all about paying academics but, as he tells Martin Fagan, his work is actually far more varied. Read full story

Payroll unprepared for growth in use of personal budgets

Payroll bureaux and HMRC are unprepared for changes in the use of benefits, which could result in more than 2m new PAYE references being created by 2018, according to a leading disability campaigner. Read full story

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