Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his Budget speech and amongst disagreeing with Jeremy Clarkson that electric cars and then driverless cars are the future (so Jeremy being snubbed by May and Hammond) the Chancellor aimed to deliver his vision of a prosperous, modern outlooking Britain.
If you are self-employed or a contractor working in the construction industry it is very likely you are well aware of the Construction Industry Scheme or CIS. Under this scheme contractors deduct CIS from subcontractors and pay it to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) on the subcontractor’s behalf. This tax is paid in advance towards […]
Many small businesses choose to use the VAT Flat Rate scheme to keep things simple. Rather than adding up the VAT you pay on all your purchases and deducting it from the VAT you collect on sales to work out how much you owe, you simply take a flat percentage of your VAT inclusive turnover […]
Following the chancellor’s Spring Budget announcements yesterday we have included a summary of the key changes which may affect you on pages 3-4 of our Spring Newsletter. You can download a digital copy of the Spring Newsletter here. The newsletter also includes articles on topical tax changes including: Making Tax Digital National Minimum wage increases […]
The National Minimum Wage will increase from 1 October 2016. The increase is following the Government’s decision to accept recommendations from the Low Pay Commission (LPC) earlier in the year.