The new Chancellor, Rishi Sunak has offered reassurance to contractors that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) will ensure a soft landing is in place for the first year following the implementation of the IR35 rules.
Month: February 2020
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for the majority of the business population in the UK, producing trillions of pounds in revenue every year. However, a large amount of their time is spent working on financial admin.
Points-based immigration system works for small businesses providing “costs are kept down”, says FSB
The Government’s new immigration system “works for small businesses”, but only if costs can be kept to a minimum, an industry body has said.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has reminded employers that the rules surrounding benefits in kind agreed before 06 April 2017 are changing.
The take-up of the Government’s Tax-Free Childcare scheme which was introduced as a replacement to childcare vouchers has been hindered by a lack of understanding around eligibility and the financial benefits of the scheme.
The Government has today launched a new nationwide business campaign designed to support enterprise owners through the Brexit transitional phase and beyond.
Hundreds of campaigners have reportedly marched outside Parliament in a demonstration against new off-payroll working rules which are due to come into effect from April this year.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is urging civil partners and spouses to celebrate Valentine’s Day by claiming the Marriage Allowance.
The Government has launched a consultation on plans to create up to ten freeports across the UK in a bid to encourage global trade and attract inward investment following Brexit.
Like so many sectors, the audit market is changing and those accountancy practices working within it are having to adapt. Naturally this starts at the top with the largest firms but it is already starting to cascade down and may have a knock-on effect on to the region’s businesses subject to audit. Irrespective of these…