Spring Budget 2024 – Key Points

Spring Budget 2024 - The Key Points

Likely to be his last Budget as Chancellor before a General Election, Jeremy Hunt delivered his Spring Budget 2024 speech at 12.30pm today. In his speech, he claimed this was a Budget for long term growth. Download our detailed analysis of the Spring Budget 2024 here: A summary of the key measures announced are as …

Keep Reading

We’re in the Solway Buzz

Solway Buzz June 2015

The free community paper ‘The Solway Buzz’ is a regular read in our family’s household and many households in Silloth so we are proud to announce that SeavorChartered has made page 7 of the June 2015 edition!

Keep Reading

SeavorChartered moves into first premises

SeavorChartered Careers

We are pleased to continue the development of our business with a move into our first premises at Clifford Court.

The new premises will enable us to continue the friendly and professional service we offer to our clients.

It was important to us when moving to our first premises to ensure that visitors could come and feel welcome; this included somewhere that has easy access and free available parking.

Keep Reading

Self Employed National Insurance

The government has announced plans to change how it collects Self employed National Insurance.  Class 2 National Insurance, which is payable by the self employed and currently £2.75 per week, is paid upon receipt of a quarterly bill from the National Insurance Contributions Office or you can apply to pay monthly or six monthly by direct debit.

The changes will mean that self employed people will pay their Class 2 National Insurance together with their Income Tax and Class 4 National Insurance which is payable on 31 January (and 31 July in some instances).

Keep Reading

Budget 2015

The Budget 2015 – ‘The Chancellor’s last chance to make a difference?’

On Wednesday 18 March 2015, the Chancellor George Osborne will deliver his 2015 Budget speech which sets out the UK government’s plans for the economy and public finances.

It is a very important Budget this year due to the General Election taking place less than seven weeks after Budget Day. No doubt the Budget is going to be a highly political one and the main announcements are likely to have strong influence on the Election campaign.

So how will the announcements affect you? Who will be the winners and losers? How are the UK’s businesses going to be affected? SeavorChartered will be analysing what the announcements mean for both businesses and individuals so please visit www.seavorchartered.co.uk for our response and an understanding of how the changes will affect you.

Keep Reading

Autumn Statement 2014

The Chancellor George Osborne delivered his final Autumn Statement of this Parliament yesterday which contained relatively few surprises.

For savers there were new limits announced for ISAs, for businesses there was the extension of the Small Business Rate Relief and arguably the most fundamental announcement of the day was the changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax – how does the Autumn Statement 2014 affect you?

Keep Reading

The Chartered Institute of Taxation

The Association of Taxation Technicians

Xero Gold Partner