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apprentices

How much should I pay my apprentices?

11th December | Posted in: Government Announcements, Payroll, Regulations

The Government are currently running a campaign advising apprentices to check their pay and complain if they are not being paid correctly.  Data shows that almost one fifth of apprentices at Level tw...

Some Football Referees Are Self-Employed

26th October | Posted in: Company News, Government Announcements, PAYE & NI, Regulations

Following on from our earlier blog regarding an IT Consultant who won his IR35 Personal Service Company Case, the degree of control was also held to be a critical factor in another recent case determi...

maternity leave

Returning to work in the accountancy profession after maternity l...

22nd October | Posted in: Planning, Professional Services, Regulations

It is now over 2 months since I returned to work after my maternity leave and I thought it would be a good time to pass on some tips and advice to mothers and fathers who are maybe feeling anxious abo...

newsletter

September 2018 E-Newsletter

1st October | Posted in: Community, Company News, Government Announcements, Pensions, Savings & Investments, Planning, Regulations, VAT

Welcome to our September E-Newsletter which we hope you enjoy reading. Our September blogs have included information on pensions which requires some careful planning.  Some of the rules can be compl...

Check Your Pensions Savings Annual Allowance

5th September | Posted in: Pensions, Savings & Investments, Personal Tax, Planning, Regulations

HMRC have updated their guidance on the rules for carrying forward the unused pension savings annual allowance, together with a calculator on their website. For most taxpayers the maximum amount of pe...

Do you have any undisclosed Offshore tax liabilities?

31st August | Posted in: Government Announcements, Pensions, Savings & Investments, Personal Tax, Property Investment, Regulations

HMRC’s Requirement to Correct (RTC) deadline of 30 September 2018 is looming. If you have any undisclosed offshore tax liabilities, which arose on or before 5 April 2017, you must notify HMRC about ...

CGT

CGT on property sales due within 30 days from 2020

28th August | Posted in: Personal Tax, Planning, Property Investment, Regulations

Draft legislation in the next Finance Bill will introduce significant changes to the reporting of residential property disposals and the payment of CGT from 6 April 2020. Currently non-UK resident tax...

Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT guidance issued

20th August | Posted in: Government Announcements, PAYE & NI, Regulations, VAT

HMRC have now issued their detailed guidance on the digital record keeping and return requirements for Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT. VAT Notice 700/22 clarifies that spreadsheets may still be used...

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Our Summer E-Newsletter

7th August | Posted in: Business Tax, Charity, Professional Services, Property Investment, Regulations, VAT

Welcome to our latest E-Newsletter which we hope you enjoy reading. As well as keeping up to date with the latest news, our staff have continued to help raise money for our chosen Charity this year, ...

New VAT rules for building trade in 2019

1st August | Posted in: Regulations, VAT

Under new rules due to come into force on 1 October 2019 builders, sub-contractors and other trades associated with the construction industry will have to start using a new method of accounting for VA...

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