New measures have been enshrined in law that will transform the student finance system, allowing colleges and universities to charge different
We've compiled a list of the latest HMRC webinars that will help employers with payroll. The webinars are free and last around an hour.
Businesses that are sole traders, partners of trading partnerships, and members of LLPs who pay income tax on the profits of their
Find a grant is a UK government service that allows businesses to search all UK government-funded grants. Businesses can use the website to browse or search for available grants, check if they are eligible, and find out how to apply for each grant.
How the off-payroll rules will affect you  and your business. Contractors and freelancers operate through a private company to enjoy a better tax treatment compared to sole traders — but a more favourable tax position is actually never guaranteed because of off-payroll working rules known as IR35.
If you’ve never had to complete a self-assessment tax return, the first time can be daunting. But don’t worry: we’ll demystify the process in this article. And if you have completed one before, this guide might still teach you a thing or two about doing your self-assessment better.
The government states that environmental taxes “encourage your business to operate in a more environmentally friendly way”. There are taxes and schemes for different types and size of business. You may get reliefs or be exempt from some taxes,
If you normally file a Self-Assessment tax return, you will need to send it to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) for the tax year 2022 to 2023 and pay any tax you owe by 31 January 2024. Once you have registered for Self-Assessment, you must file a return by law,
If you’re due to file accounts with Companies House (CH) by the end of September, allow plenty of time before your deadline. All limited companies, whether they trade or not, must deliver annual accounts to CH each year. This includes dormant companies.
More than ÂŁ14 million is to be made available to unlock innovation and develop solutions in the farming sector in two new research and feasibility competitions under the Farming Innovation Programme, Defra announced earlier this month.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) states that UK organisations should prepare for an extended period of heightened cyber security threat. It has guidance for organisations on the steps to take to improve security.
HMRC have released a new online tool to help taxpayers understand what their tax code means. Tax codes are used by HMRC to tell an employer how much income tax to withhold through the “Pay as you earn” (PAYE) system.
The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) is a voucher-based scheme that provides eligible businesses with support towards the upfront costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle (EV) chargepoints. 
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) regularly issues safety updates, some of the latest are listed below. Improving general ventilation in the workplace. Employers must make sure there is adequate ventilation in enclosed areas of their workplace. 
The latest Finance Act includes two changes that will affect all R&D claims: A requirement to provide additional information before an R&D claim is made; and  A requirement for certain
Motorists can opt for digital vehicle tax reminders rather than having to wait for a paper reminder to drop through their letter box. The change comes as part of DVLA’s new Driver and vehicles account service, which was launched on GOV.UK last week. 
The UK government has a webpage with guidance to help businesses identify and prepare for the hazards and threats that may disrupt their operations. Being more prepared and resilient could give a competitive advantage to your business.
A further ÂŁ10 million is being made available to cattle farmers in England to help them replace ageing cattle buildings with state-of-the-art facilities, Defra has announced.

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