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UK Budget 2021 – Summary and Reactions

UK Budget 2021 – Summary and Reactions

Last week, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak has set out the Government’s economic plan for 2021. With the Spring Statement, he presented a long list of measures implemented by the treasury to both support businesses in the private sector, along with taking the first steps towards fiscal recovery from the Coronavirus financial strain the UK economy has been experiencing since March 2020.

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Budget 2020 predictions

Budget 2020 predictions

On Wednesday the 11th March 2020, the newly appointed chancellor Rishi Sunak will deliver his first budget to the country, the first in over eighteen months. We detail...

Clever 2.0 is nearly here!

Clever 2.0 is nearly here!

We are thrilled to announce that we are just putting the finishing touches to our shiny new portal. Our portal is used by our clients to raise and send invoices, claim mileage and expenses and complete their accounts online so that we can use the figures to provide...

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Budget 2018:  The headlines

Budget 2018: The headlines

The Budget 2018 was released yesterday, and it seems it was a hugely anticipated budget for many reasons – Brexit and IR35 to name a few.  Here are some of the main changes discussed in the budget: Off-payroll working in the Private Sector The changes made to the...

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CIS – Gross Payment Status Update

CIS – Gross Payment Status Update

The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) requires contractors to deduct tax at source on payments made to a subcontractor. However, the subcontractor can register with HMRC for gross payment status to stop the tax at source deduction. This makes a subcontractor with the...

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Why was Ms Christa Ackroyd deemed inside of IR35?

Why was Ms Christa Ackroyd deemed inside of IR35?

Over the past few weeks, we have noticed a growing number of questions over the recent First-Tier Tribunal ruling against Christa Ackroyd, the former BBC TV presenter.
The ruling helps bolster the IR35 key aspects which determine whether a contract was deemed inside or outside IR35.

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2018/2019 Tax Rates – a look ahead

2018/2019 Tax Rates – a look ahead

With the arrival of the new financial tax year in a little over a month, it’s a good time to think about the inevitable changes in the tax allowances and rates and how they might affect the amount of tax you might have to pay. As a contractor, operating through a...

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Scottish Income Tax Overview

Scottish Income Tax Overview

Commencing from 6th April 2017, Scottish tax residents now have a different tax band.  The amount when the higher rate tax kicks in have been reduced to £43,000 for Scottish taxpayers, compared to £45,000 for the rest of the UK. Here’s the full story.

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Christmas Opening times

Christmas Opening times

With Christmas a couple of weeks away and office parties in full spirit, we thought it’s be a good time to let you know our opening hours during the festive period. December 2017 Friday 22nd Normal opening hours Monday 25th Closed Tuesday 26th Closed Wednesday 27th...

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