The following report summarises the announcements made by Chancellor George Osborne during the Budget 2016 on 16 March 2016.
With 5 April fast approaching we consider some of the ways you might act now to reduce your current year’s tax liability. This year end guide relates to planning opportunities that are relevant to the end of the current tax year.
The threshold for compulsory filing of audited financial statements rose on 6 April 2015 to those businesses with a turnover of £10.2 million or more for periods commencing from 1 January 2016.
Please find the July 2015 Tax Card. The card has been updated to reflect changes announced in the Summer Budget 2015.
A guide to alternative business finance Setting up a business and funding it while it takes its first, unsteady steps in the world can be an expensive proposition. As it grows and becomes more resilient, a successful company will begin to be able to stand tall on its own 2 feet, but the initial infancy can be resource intensive.
The following report summarises the announcements made by Chancellor George Osborne during the Summer Budget on Wednesday 8 July 2015.
Employers will need to account for overtime when calculating holiday pay from 1 July 2015.
The process of auto-enrolment continues to rumble on quietly with the majority of companies passing their staging dates without major incident. However, for the few that fail to comply with their workplace obligations, the consequences can be costly in time and resources.
More than any other factor, a business is defined by the balance between the money coming in and the money going out over any period of time. Ideally, the scales should be tipped in favour of the former, but the reality of the business environment is often more complicated.
More than half of small business owners want the new Conservative government to prioritise reducing regulation, a survey by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has revealed.