Winter Newsletter 2017
Check out the latest Newsletter for all you need to know in the coming season.
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HMRC to implement changes to how it is paid
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is to change the way that taxpayers and their agents can make payments. From 15
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Over-50s cutting back on essentials to leave inheritance
According to new data from Populus, nearly half of people aged over 50 are willing to forgo luxuries in later
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Britain’s small business economy is expected to grow nearly a fifth by 2025
The UK’s small business economy is expected to grow by nearly a fifth in total by 2025, but some areas
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The future of company vehicles
The UK Government has pledged that by 2040 all new cars sold will need to be either electric or some
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Deadline to comply with new trusts rules extended by two months
The deadline to register trusts and estates under new rules has been extended by two months, following complaints that the
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OECD calls on UK to increase tax on self-employed
A report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has called on the UK Government to revive its
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Cybersecurity failings are rife amongst UK SMEs
UK-based SMEs are not doing enough to ensure the data they hold is secure, it has been reported. Findings from
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Under-25’s push for national living wage equality
Workers under the age of 25 are missing out on more than £6,000 a year because they are not entitled
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Students could be entitled to a tax refund as they head back to university
Students who have been heading back to university in recent weeks could be entitled to a helpful tax refund, according
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Late payments damage the UK economy, research shows
Late payments are a headache that most small businesses are familiar with, but new research shows that late payments create
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All change for the UK’s cash
It’s all change when it comes to cash. Last month saw the introduction of a new £10 note and this
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Cricket club stumped by VAT dispute
An Oxfordshire cricket club has been left having to stump up a hefty tax bill after losing a VAT dispute.
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Admin takes up 120 days every year for UK small businesses
Research published in September has found that 5.6 per cent of working time at small businesses in the UK is
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The Finance Bill is back and little has changed
Earlier this year the Government announced that a number of the controversial provisions within its Finance Bill would be dropped
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Inaugural Autumn Budget date announced
The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has announced that the first Autumn Budget to take place since the set-piece statement’s move to
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VAT and three-party transactions
A guide to the VAT implications of having three entities involved in a transaction. VAT can get very complicated when
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Businesses urged to prepare for Data Protection Bill
Individuals will be able to legally ask businesses to delete certain personal data under new proposals outlined in the Data
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