25.05.17 | ILEC Conference Centre, London
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For the first time in its history, Payroll World Spring Update will bring both in-house payroll and client payroll together under the same roof.

Our 2017 speakers include…


Carole Mellis
Penny Earle
Chris Watt


The forum for payroll professionals

Now in its 13th year, Payroll World’s In-house Payroll Conference will update our delegates on regulatory changes and provide operational best practice on organisational strategies where payroll professionals play a key role.

Benefits of attending:

• Gauge the changing role of payroll in the wider organisation; discussion lead by a panel of your peers

• Hear from your peers on how to apply payroll data in gender pay gap reporting

• How to use the Apprenticeship Levy in England, and exploring implementation across the whole of the UK

• Explore how key players implement an effective payroll solution abroad

• Understand the measures necessary to minimise payroll fraud

• Receive crucial regulatory updates; employment status, termination payments and tax free childcare

• Analysis of changes to income tax and national insurance

The only conference solely focused on client payroll

Payroll World’s Client Payroll Spring Conference is bringing together the most influential and largest payroll accountants and bureaux in the UK.
This conference will provide you with the latest regulatory changes, insights on excellent client management and will offer you innovative ways to grow your business.

Benefits of attending:

• With the changing dynamic of the payroll profession, hear how our panel of third party payroll providers are adapting to support their client’s needs and aspirations

• Understand how Bureaux are addressing the auto-enrolment needs of small and micro-businesses

• Hear from the DWP and its review of auto-enrolment; how will it impact your services to clients?

• Receive updates on tax, NI, as well as changes to salary sacrifice and benefits in kind

• Network with partners and suppliers; make key business propositions