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  • 19
  • Oct
What can small firms expect from the looming Autumn Budget?

Wednesday 27 October will see the announcement of 2021’s second Budget, alongside a spending review, by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak. Some important developments have already been announc…

  • 30
  • Sep
Individuals and businesses given another year to prepare for ‘Making Tax Digital’

The UK Government has responded to pressure from professional bodies by confirming a one-year postponement to its comprehensive digital tax reforms.  The ‘Making Tax Digital’ initiative would hav…

  • 22
  • Sep
Jobs creation and business activity up in South West England during 2021’s third quarter

In news that will be of interest to many of those seeking out or using the services of a chartered tax adviser in Devon or Somerset, a report has revealed that the South West England economy has conti…

  • 31
  • Aug
Trade bodies for UK pubs and hospitality urge revamp of business rates

The UK’s business rates system has long been a source of concern and frustration for many of the country’s small and large firms alike – and now, two key trade bodies have further spoken out in …

  • 12
  • Aug
Podcasting emerges as 2021’s most profitable side business

New research into the side businesses that Britons are starting and running this year has brought up some perhaps surprising results, including in relation to the exact lines of work such ‘side hust…

  • 3
  • Aug
Self-Employed Taxpayers Can Now Apply for Fifth, And Final, SEISS Grant

The self-employed income support scheme (SEISS) grant, introduced by the government to help businesses through the coronavirus pandemic, is open for applications again. This grant can award businesses…

  • 3
  • Aug
Basis Periods Set to End From 2022

Up to 6 MILLION businesses could be affected by the changes which aim to make tax administration “more effective, efficient and easier for taxpayers to get their tax right”. The move comes from th…

  • 28
  • Jul
Government announces new tax system reform for small businesses

On 20th July, the Government announced reforms to tax reporting designed to make the returns process easier for small businesses and the self-employed.     What are the current rules? Under the…

  • 20
  • Jul
Big rise in ‘hybrid’ working shown in new poll of business managers

A new survey of managers undertaken amid the continuing relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions in England has revealed concerns among many respondents that measures designed to limit the spread of the vi…

  • 7
  • Jul
Business rates holiday slashed from 1st July for thousands of firms in England

Another element of the UK Government’s support for companies adversely hit by the pandemic is now being eased, with the start of July bringing a reduction in the relief provided by the business rate…

  • 21
  • Jun
Could the shift towards home working bring about a UK ‘tax crisis’?

  Many observations – both positive and negative – have been made about the greatly heightened tendency towards remote working in the UK since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, one fac…

  • 11
  • Jun
How has your UK SME been faring since the Brexit transition?

For a long time, it was seemingly the subject of discussion that we most loved to hate – at least until the COVID-19 pandemic came along. But the fact remains that no small or medium-sized firm …

  • 21
  • May
Chancellor urged to regulate umbrella companies to halt unethical behaviour

Two leading industry figures have put forward a policy proposal for Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, reasoning that tough new rules must be imposed on dishonest umbrella company bosses to prev…

  • 11
  • May
2020 declared ‘Year of the Start-up’ due to record levels of UK business creation

Last year may have been one of the toughest years UK business has seen in living memory, but it also saw the setting of an all-time record that should serve as an encouraging sign for the future of Br…

  • 23
  • Apr
Business growth in the UK at its highest for six months

In another indicator that the UK’s business recovery is picking up pace, it has been reported that output across numerous sectors reached a six-month high in March.  According to Bank of Scotland…

  • 16
  • Apr
Plymouth Businesses can now apply for Restart Grants

Plymouth Businesses can now apply for their Restart Grants through the Plymouth City Council website. The scheme is designed to help rate-paying non-essential businesses to reopen safely as restrictio…

  • 14
  • Apr
Parliamentary group urges amendment to ‘flawed’ IR35 rules

This month has seen long-anticipated new off-payroll working rules take effect, after a year of coronavirus-related delays. The reform, which kicked in from 6th April, is aimed at helping HM Revenue &…

  • 23
  • Mar
Were you aware of the changes to holiday entitlement and pay?

HMRC has made changes to holiday entitlement for casual staff on zero-hour contracts and holiday pay for zero-hour staff and staff that receive regular overtime/commission/bonus payments. UK Law state…

Latest News

  • 19
  • Oct
What can small firms expect from the looming Autumn Budget?

Wednesday 27 October will see the announcement of 2021’s second Budget, alongside a spending review, by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak. Some important developments have already been announc…

  • 30
  • Sep
Individuals and businesses given another year to prepare for ‘Making Tax Digital’

The UK Government has responded to pressure from professional bodies by confirming a one-year postponement to its comprehensive digital tax reforms.  The ‘Making Tax Digital’ initiative would hav…

  • 22
  • Sep
Jobs creation and business activity up in South West England during 2021’s third quarter

In news that will be of interest to many of those seeking out or using the services of a chartered tax adviser in Devon or Somerset, a report has revealed that the South West England economy has conti…

  • 31
  • Aug
Trade bodies for UK pubs and hospitality urge revamp of business rates

The UK’s business rates system has long been a source of concern and frustration for many of the country’s small and large firms alike – and now, two key trade bodies have further spoken out in …

  • 12
  • Aug
Podcasting emerges as 2021’s most profitable side business

New research into the side businesses that Britons are starting and running this year has brought up some perhaps surprising results, including in relation to the exact lines of work such ‘side hust…

  • 3
  • Aug
Self-Employed Taxpayers Can Now Apply for Fifth, And Final, SEISS Grant

The self-employed income support scheme (SEISS) grant, introduced by the government to help businesses through the coronavirus pandemic, is open for applications again. This grant can award businesses…

  • 3
  • Aug
Basis Periods Set to End From 2022

Up to 6 MILLION businesses could be affected by the changes which aim to make tax administration “more effective, efficient and easier for taxpayers to get their tax right”. The move comes from th…

  • 28
  • Jul
Government announces new tax system reform for small businesses

On 20th July, the Government announced reforms to tax reporting designed to make the returns process easier for small businesses and the self-employed.     What are the current rules? Under the…

  • 20
  • Jul
Big rise in ‘hybrid’ working shown in new poll of business managers

A new survey of managers undertaken amid the continuing relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions in England has revealed concerns among many respondents that measures designed to limit the spread of the vi…

  • 7
  • Jul
Business rates holiday slashed from 1st July for thousands of firms in England

Another element of the UK Government’s support for companies adversely hit by the pandemic is now being eased, with the start of July bringing a reduction in the relief provided by the business rate…

  • 21
  • Jun
Could the shift towards home working bring about a UK ‘tax crisis’?

  Many observations – both positive and negative – have been made about the greatly heightened tendency towards remote working in the UK since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, one fac…

  • 11
  • Jun
How has your UK SME been faring since the Brexit transition?

For a long time, it was seemingly the subject of discussion that we most loved to hate – at least until the COVID-19 pandemic came along. But the fact remains that no small or medium-sized firm …

  • 21
  • May
Chancellor urged to regulate umbrella companies to halt unethical behaviour

Two leading industry figures have put forward a policy proposal for Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak, reasoning that tough new rules must be imposed on dishonest umbrella company bosses to prev…

  • 11
  • May
2020 declared ‘Year of the Start-up’ due to record levels of UK business creation

Last year may have been one of the toughest years UK business has seen in living memory, but it also saw the setting of an all-time record that should serve as an encouraging sign for the future of Br…

  • 23
  • Apr
Business growth in the UK at its highest for six months

In another indicator that the UK’s business recovery is picking up pace, it has been reported that output across numerous sectors reached a six-month high in March.  According to Bank of Scotland…

  • 16
  • Apr
Plymouth Businesses can now apply for Restart Grants

Plymouth Businesses can now apply for their Restart Grants through the Plymouth City Council website. The scheme is designed to help rate-paying non-essential businesses to reopen safely as restrictio…

  • 14
  • Apr
Parliamentary group urges amendment to ‘flawed’ IR35 rules

This month has seen long-anticipated new off-payroll working rules take effect, after a year of coronavirus-related delays. The reform, which kicked in from 6th April, is aimed at helping HM Revenue &…

  • 23
  • Mar
Were you aware of the changes to holiday entitlement and pay?

HMRC has made changes to holiday entitlement for casual staff on zero-hour contracts and holiday pay for zero-hour staff and staff that receive regular overtime/commission/bonus payments. UK Law state…

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