MORE than 32,000 students across Yorkshire will look for temporary jobs this summer.
Now bosses have been warned not to skimp on the paperwork involved.
Nick Brook, of TaxAssist Accountants at Lockwood, said: “Small firms across Kirklees will be taking on students and other temporary staff and with the recent introduction of Real Time Information, it could be tempting to pay workers cash in hand to cut costs and avoid paperwork. Employers considering this should think again.”
RTI, introduced in April, means employers have to report their employees’ gross pay, tax, National Insurance contributions and other deductions when or before wages are paid.
Prior to this, most employers provided the information annually. Businesses employing up to 50 staff have certain concessions with regards to the level of reporting until October 5.