Remain-supporting former minister strikes optimistic note on post-Brexit economy
Former Conservative Treasury Minister, Lord Jim O’Neil has told the BBC that gloomy predictions for the post-Brexit UK economy are
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Millennials set for ‘inheritance boom’… but not until the 2030s
A new report from think-tank, the Resolution Foundation, predicts that so-called ‘millennials’, those aged between 17 and 35, will receive
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Ban on passing credit card fees on to consumers hits small businesses in the pocket
A ban on passing on charges from credit card providers to consumers, which came into effect last month, is hitting
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Excuses, excuses: HMRC reveals top late tax return apologies
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has once again revealed the worst excuses that taxpayers have given them for failing to
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HMRC offers practical support to businesses affected by Carillion’s collapse
The start of 2018 saw the somewhat unexpected collapse of one of the UK’s largest construction and contracting businesses, Carillion.
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Are you ready for the latest minimum wage rise?
On 1 April 2018, the National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) will increase for all age groups.
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Disincorporation relief to end in March 2018
Disincorporation relief will not be extended beyond its 31 March 2018 expiry date. The relief was introduced in April 2013
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Change in contribution rates – auto enrolment pensions
The Government has set minimum levels of contributions that must be paid to the workplace pension scheme by you and/or your employer.
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Revenue aims for 100 serious and complex tax crime prosecutions by 2022
With tax avoidance and evasion continuing to be high on the political agenda, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced
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Points mean penalties in HM Revenue & Customs late filing reforms
A shake-up of penalties for late submissions and payments under the Government’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) programme is to see
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Don’t PIN your hopes on paying your tax by credit card
If you have in the past paid your tax bill using a credit card, you will need to use a
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Recently given your staff a gift?
Maybe you have recently given your staff members a bottle of wine or a voucher to help celebrate the New
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New Year, New Home – Self-employed reminded about changes to SA302
With many people looking to get on to the housing ladder in 2018, it has never been more important to
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Auto-enrolment to be expanded to younger workers, as minimum contributions rise
The majority of businesses across the UK are making preparations to increase their minimum workplace pension contributions, having successfully enrolled
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Don’t forget the Self-Assessment deadline
While most people will be focused on the festive celebrations at this time of the year, businesses and their owners
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SMEs risk losing out on Christmas income totalling £2bn if they don’t accept cards
A new study has revealed that almost half of all shoppers will not spend money with a business this Christmas
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Business rates to switch from RPI to CPI, saving SMEs billions of pounds
Businesses across the UK have welcomed the Chancellor’s decision to bring forward plans changing the way business rates are set
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Class 2 and 4 NIC merger delayed until 6 April 2019
The abolition of Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NIC) will now be delayed until 6 April 2019, according to a
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