As of April 1st, the national minimum wage has increased impacting businesses and millions of UK workers. As always the amount per hour the individual will get varies depending on age. Here are some of the important factors employees need to keep in mind when considering the changes.
A grant of up to a maximum of £2,000 is available for SME businesses who have incurred Brexit related costs for training or professional advice to help you deal with import/ export VAT, customs excise or safety and security declarations.Read More
Did you defer payment of your VAT bills during the Covid-19 crisis? If you did, then you need to be aware of the following information.
The Chancellor announced earlier this month an extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. The Government have recognised the need to keep the furlough scheme in place so businesses can continue to keep staff employed while they are "re-starting" their businessesRead More
The government have released another welcome scheme which gives a discount of up to £8,000 on the price of a brand new low emission vehicle. The grant is issued straight to vehicle dealerships and manufacturers meaning you do not need to do anything if you would like to purchase one of these vehicles.
The vehicles eligible for a grant are:
There has been some good news from the HMRC. Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, if you missed the 31st of January deadline to submit your self-assessment tax return, you’ll not get a late filing penalty as long as you submit your online return by 28 February.Read More
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