Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. IR pushes payroll donation schemeOn 4 Sep 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Large UK firms are being urged by the Government to sign up to “payrollgiving” schemes. Payroll giving enables workers to make charity donations from their grosspay, before tax. The Inland Revenue is encouraging employers to sign up by adding 10 per centto all donations until April 2003. One employer benefiting from running a payroll giving scheme is Andersen,which has more than 400 employees donating over £150,000 to charity each year. “It boosts staff morale, improves employee relations and ensurescharities get more,” said HR director Judith Hardy. www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk
Dear Editor:On behalf of the thousands of AARP members and their families in his Congressional district, we thank Representative Donald Payne Jr. for listening to his constituents and opposing the AHCA. AARP is proud to have helped lead the fight against AHCA. This health care bill would have meant higher costs and less coverage for New Jerseyans. Congressman Payne ’s opposition to this bill helps ensure insurance companies won’t be imposing an ‘age tax’ on older Americans, Medicare trust funds won’t be diminished to provide a tax cut for the wealthy, and insurance and drug companies won’t be getting the giveaways and sweetheart deals the bill would have provided. We applaud Congressman Payne for showing leadership in publicly opposing this harmful bill and hope he can use that leadership to work with his colleagues to focus on the issues important to older Americans and their families, including: protecting and improving Medicare’s benefits and financing; providing access to affordable quality coverage; preventing insurers from engaging in discriminatory practices; lowering prescription drug costs; providing new incentives to expand home and community based services; and strengthening efforts to fight fraud, waste, and abuse.Dave Mollen AARP New Jersey State President
A SUCCESSFUL sellout of stage one in just eight weeks has prompted the early release of the final stage of the up-market The Tilbury residential development at Coomera.The $30 million 69-townhome project is being developed by Gold Coast-based Bos Property Group.Project director Steve Harrison attributed The Tilbury’s early success to the elevated nature of the site at 39 Old Coach Rd, plus a stunning recreation club and lap pool overlooking the Gold Coast.“There are very few remaining sites in the growth corridor between Nerang and Ormeau that offer skyline views of the Gold Coast,” he said. “The townhomes are also very reasonably priced from $389,400 and feature quality finishes.” Bos Property Group project has Gold Coast skyline views.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoAll designs have three bedrooms, some with an additional study, and there are two and three-bathroom configurations with a split-level option.Mr Harrison said the majority of buyers were local owner-occupiers but the project had also drawn interest from Sydney and southeast Queensland investors.“When Bos Property Group bought the site in 2011 it had DA approval for 144 retirement units,” he said. “But the group decided to build less than half this amount on up-market townhomes that would all have expansive views of the Gold Coast.” The Tilbury features an 18m resort pool, club lounge, barbecue, entertainment areas and landscaped gardens.It is close to Coomera Marine Precinct, the $1 billion Coomera Town Centre project, M1 Motorway, Coomera train station and the $50 million Coomera Square. Completion is expected in July.
Arsenal Wilshere deserves England recall, says Wenger Dejan Kalinic 17:22 1/4/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Arsenal Arsène Wenger Arsenal v Chelsea England Premier League The Frenchman says that “everyone had given up” on the 26-year-old, who scored his first Premier League goal since 2015 on Wednesday Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger praised Jack Wilshere for his “remarkable strength” and believes the midfielder is ready for an England recall.Wilshere scored his first Premier League goal since May 2015 with the opener in Arsenal’s 2-2 draw against Chelsea on Wednesday.The midfielder has played 11 league games this season but only six of those have been starts. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Wilshere last played for England at Euro 2016 but Wenger says it would be no surprise if the 26-year-old forces his way back into the England squad with the World Cup just over five months away.”I think he is at the level now where not many people expected him to be,” Wenger told a news conference.“When was the last time he played for England? Exactly, against Iceland [at Euro 2016], he came on.”Since he has not played for England and I would say that means that everybody had given up on him. Today, nobody would be surprised if he was selected again.”So that means instances of us being criticised for that, I think first of all he deserves a great credit for remarkable strength and we do as well.”Arsenal are sixth in the Premier League table, five points behind fourth-placed Liverpool.