admin | 01/11/18
The Tax Changes Small Biz Owners Aren’t So Happy About Now that business owners have had time to digest the tax changes and discovered the ways in which they will affect their businesses, it seems that over 69% of small…Read more
Autumn Budget 2018; How will it effect national insurance for the self-employed?
admin | 18/10/18
With Brexit looming, there is more uncertainty than ever about this year’s Autumn Statement. You may have noticed that The Budget falls earlier than usual this year and this is because of the need to clarify spending, tax and all…Read more
Self-employed childcare vouchers (part 2)
admin | 16/10/18
Tax Free Childcare Continued Continuing our exploration of the new TFC scheme that’s available to self-employed people, we’re looking at whether you’re eligible. It’s never going to be as simple as paying £8 and receiving £2 on top – and…Read more
Why people give up permanent for contracting
admin | 12/09/18
There are many reasons why people stay in permanent roles. There are even more why people decide to ditch their permanent contract and go it alone, contracting to businesses on a temporary basis. There’s no denying that having the security…Read more
IR35 tax reforms in the private sector; what do the experts think?
admin | 14/08/18
There is a lot of discussion being passed about whether HMRC should be reconsidering their plans to extend IR35 tax reforms into the private sector. With many arguing the existing status-checking tool isn’t fit for purpose and ‘short-sighted’, the pressure…Read more
Are you ready for end of tax year?
admin | 26/03/18
We’re fast approaching the end of the tax year on 5th April, and now is usually a good time to get to grips with any tax changes, so you can maximise your tax efficiency for the outgoing tax year and…Read more