Chaos looms for firms in IR35 plans

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Businesses face chaos from next year as the government forces them in to working out whether any company contractors they engage are employed or self employed and should be on the payroll, mirroring the role out […]

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Directors’ home addresses protected from identity theft

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Company directors no longer have to have their home addresses on a public register at Companies House, following a change in the law. Since 26 April 2018, directors who wish to keep their home address private […]

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Tenants’ upfront letting fees to be abolished

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Upfront fees and high deposits charged to tenants by landlords and letting agents are to be abolished under government legislation that will receive its Second Reading in the House of Commons later this month. The Tenant Fees Bill will end letting […]

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Brexit details to be published in June

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A detailed White Paper will be published by the government on Brexit in June, ahead of a key European Union summit. The 100-plus page paper is set to include “detailed, ambitious and precise explanations” of […]

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Spring Statement 2018 – Entrepreneurs’ Relief protected

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From 6 April 2019, shareholders who would otherwise lose valuable Entrepreneurs’ Relief (ER) when their percentage interest in a trading company falls below 5% due to the company issuing shares to raise capital on or […]

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Spring Statement 2018 – National Living Wage to rise

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Chancellor Philip Hammond confirmed in the 2018 Spring Statement that the rates of the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage would rise from 1 April 2018, as previously announced in the autumn Budget. The hourly rates […]

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Spring Statement 2018 at a glance

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Spring Statement 2018 announcements made on 13 March. The Chancellor’s statement didn’t spring any surprises. With the main Budget now pushed back to the autumn, the speech was a masterpiece of understatement, lacking the seasonal colours of emerging blossom. The lack of […]

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Cyber Security Awareness – know the risks

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Cyber Security Awareness Week takes place between 26 February to 2 March 2018 and organisations are being advised to make sure they are aware of the risks to their systems from cyber attacks and losses of data. […]

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Cyber Security & Cybercrime – fraudulent emails and letters

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Cybercrime is on the increase as reports of fraudulent emails become increasing commonplace. As cyber security awareness increases, what can individuals and businesses do to protect themselves? Cyber Security Awareness Week 2018 takes place from 26 February […]

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Tax planning – it’s the final countdown to 5 April 2018

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With 5 April 2018 fast approaching, time is running out for tax planning in the current tax year. Our guide can help. With the clock counting down, now is the time to check if you […]

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