Here are the highlights from the Chancellor’s Autumn statement. It includes a big reduction in National insurance rates, R&D relief changes and no change to tax thresholds’
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ESG isn’t just a fad; it’s a new way of doing business that is here to stay. As a small business, you’ve got the agility to make changes that matter.
HMRC aims to cut phone advisory usage by 30% over the next two years to enhance Digital Services and support.
As well as pay increases, flexible working arrangements, bonus schemes, and share options, the Cycle to Work scheme is something that is often talked about.
Once you have taken advantage of the non cash tax free benefits you can give to your staff you may be considering rewarding your employees with a few more perks. But what to do about that tax bill it causes them? Here we talk through your options.
Long-term plans to offer up to 30 hours of free childcare for every child over the age of nine months were announced in last week’s Budget.
Our breakdown of the budget highlights key takeaways and provides insight into how these changes may impact individuals and businesses.
Did you know some benefits in kind must be declared to HMRC and are taxable?
This blog lists several non-cash perks to watch out for, including cars and gym memberships.
Get up to speed on the important details of P11d and P11d(b) reporting, including the annual deadline, who it applies to, payment due dates, and penalties for filing late.
Learn what is required on each form and how to minimise employee tax on non-cash benefits.
Are you using director pension contributions to reduce your tax? You could be claiming these as deductible expenses against your corporation tax bill.
Five steps you can still implement before 5 April which will help to reduce tax liability and protect wealth