All unincorporated businesses, including sole traders, the self-employed and trading partnerships, will be taxed on profits generated in the 12
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the lifeblood of the country, accounting for 99.9 per cent of all businesses across
The 2023-24 tax year may seem a long way off, but it is important that companies are prepared for changes
Whether it is down to the spread of the Coronavirus or just a general trend to a more cashless society,
The Government has unveiled the next stages of its plan to reward farmers and landowners for actions which benefit the
Applications for this loan have been extended and are now open until 30 June 2022. Launched on 6 April 2021,
The UK Government have announced the rise in the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage from April 2022. In
The UK Government has announced that employees in the UK can self-certify sickness absence for 28 days instead of seven.
Late filing and late payment penalties are to be waived for one month for Self-Assessment taxpayers. HM Revenue and Customs
The government is introducing a new grant scheme to support businesses that are experiencing difficulties because of the Omicron variant.
We encourage all clients to consider taking time to prepare a 2022 Strategic plan. “A sailor without a destination will
The Review will consider whether the rules around pensionable age are appropriate, based on the latest life expectancy data and
Every year many of us decide to set a New Year’s resolution. Perhaps it is losing weight, going vegetarian or
December is always a busy time with many companies due to file accounts with Companies House (CH) before the end
Following on from the Chancellor’s announcement in his Autumn Budget the government are consulting on a number of future changes
HMRC have updated their guidance on repaying Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) furlough grants that have been overclaimed by employers.
Many employers are currently facing challenges in recruiting the people they need to help their business thrive. It has never
HMRC are reminding traders to prepare for customs changes that come into effect on 1 January 2022. You will no

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