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VAT flat rate scheme changes

March 15th, 2017

Are you a ‘low cost’ trader? If you currently use the VAT Flat Rate Scheme then the changes announced by The Chancellor in the Autumn Statement may effect you. As from 1st April 2017 a new flat rate percentage category will be created for businesses with limited expenditure. All businesses that fall within this category […]

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Summary of Changes to IR35 (Intermediaries Legislation) in the Public Sector

November 18th, 2016

The proposed changes to IR35 announced in the 2016 Budget will come into effect from April 2017 tadalafil tablets. ‘Public sector bodies and agencies will be responsible for operating the IR35 tax rules that apply to off payroll working in the public sector. The rules will remain unchanged in the private sector.’ Consultation on the […]

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Filing and Payment Deadlines including Penalties

November 18th, 2016

Limited Companies The accounts for the first year of a new Limited Company need to be filed with Companies House within 21 months of the date of incorporation. Following on from this, annual accounts need to be filed within nine months of the accounting period end date.   Penalties for late filing of accounts with […]

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Auto Enrolment – Entitled Workers

November 15th, 2016

To see whether your staff falls into this category review our blog “Auto Enrolment – Worker Categories” An Entitled Worker has the right to join a pension scheme based on their level of earnings with you as an employer. They are not Automatically Enrolled into the scheme, and they are not legally entitled to be […]

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Auto Enrolment – Non-Eligible Jobholder

November 15th, 2016

To see whether your staff falls into this category review our blog “Auto Enrolment – Worker Categories” A Non-Eligible Jobholder is not automatically enrolled into the Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme. They can opt-in to the pension scheme, and if this occurs they must make employee contributions at the minimum level, and the employer must also […]

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Automatic Enrolment – Missed Deadlines

November 15th, 2016

Have you passed your staging date? Have you just realised you have passed your businesses staging date? Have you realised a member or members of your staff have turned 22 and should have been automatically enrolled but haven’t been? Have you realised a member or members of your staff have earnt above the Automatic Enrolment […]

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Auto Enrolment – Eligible Jobholder

November 15th, 2016

To see whether your staff falls into this category review our blog “Auto Enrolment – Worker Categories” An Eligible Jobholder is automatically enrolled into the Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme. There is a total minimum amount that must be legally contributed to the employee’s pension fund. An Eligible Jobholder can opt-out of the scheme, but can […]

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Automatic Enrolment Worker Categories

November 15th, 2016

Unsure how to classify your workers for Auto Enrolment purposes? There are three Categories of workers that your staff will fall into: Entitled Workers Non-Eligible Workers Eligible Workers There are two variables that will decide what category your member of staff falls into. Their Age Their Earnings The diagram below will help you categorise your […]

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HMRC guide explains new home allowance for inheritance tax will work

November 10th, 2016

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The New Charities SORP

November 9th, 2016

The Statement of Recommended Practice – Accounting and Reporting by Charities (SORP 2015) is now in force for accounting periods starting on or after 1 January 2015 More about the author. The changes to the SORP stem from the new accounting framework FRS 102. The main changes to the new SORP are as follows: There […]

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