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Autumn Budget 2018 for Contractors – IR35 explained

5th November 2018 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Budget, Business, Contractors, HMRC, HMRC, Limited Companies, News, Pensions and Payroll, Pensions and Payroll, Personal Tax, Tax
Autumn Budget 2018 for Contractors – IR35 explained

The Autumn Budget 2018 announced that changes to off payroll working in the private sector would not be introduced before 2019/20 tax year, and even then would only apply to large and medium sized businesses. We have had questions from a number of our contractor clients who are concerned about what any changes in relation to IR35 legislation may mean Read the full article…


AUTUMN 2018 BUDGET OVERVIEW

30th October 2018 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Budget, Business, Client Focus, News, Pensions and Payroll, Personal Tax, Tax
AUTUMN 2018 BUDGET OVERVIEW

Autumn Budget 2018 – for “Strivers, Grafters and Carers” Budgets, as we all know, take place on Wednesdays. After the excitement of Prime Minister’s Questions, the Deputy Speaker calls ‘the Chancellor of the Exchequer’ and he – so far we have not had a female Chancellor – bounds to his feet, delivering an upbeat message about the nation’s finances and Read the full article…


HMRC Latest Guidance for Employers

25th September 2018 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Business, Limited Companies, News, Pensions and Payroll, Pensions and Payroll
HMRC Latest Guidance for Employers

HMRC has published the latest edition of the Employer Bulletin.   This guidance for employers, and their agents, includes articles on:   Reporting your payroll information accurately and on time Irregular payments and completion of Full Payment Submissions Starter Declaration on a Full Payment Submission (FPS) PAYE Settlement Agreements and Scottish Income Tax National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage Read the full article…


Latest Guidance for Employers

10th July 2018 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : News, Pensions and Payroll
Latest Guidance for Employers

HMRC latest Employer Bulletin includes everything from P11D to CIS information HMRC have issued the latest version of the Employer Bulletin. The June edition has articles on a number of issues including: P11D and P11D(b) filing and payment deadlines benefits in kind with cash allowances, flexible benefit packages and salary sacrifice important information about childcare voucher and directly-contracted childcare schemes Construction Read the full article…


HMRC Extends RTI Late Filing Easement until April 2019

9th July 2018 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : News, Pensions and Payroll
HMRC Extends RTI Late Filing Easement until April 2019

HMRC has extended the payroll Real Time Information (RTI) late filing easement until April 2019. Under RTI payroll obligations employers must submit details of payments made to employees on or before the day that wages are paid via a Full Payment Submission. The updated guidance extends the easement, introduced in April 2015 to April 2019. The easement applies where an Read the full article…


Unclaimed child tax benefits can hit pensions

17th November 2016 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : News, Pensions and Payroll, Pensions and Payroll, Personal Tax
Unclaimed child tax benefits can hit pensions

Reports about how unclaimed child tax benefits can hit pensions have been in the news this week and Stockport Accountants, IN Accountancy, have taken a look at how higher-earning households are affected. Steve Webb, ex-pensions minister and now a director of mutual insurer Royal London, has said that tens of thousands of people could each end up losing almost £5,000 Read the full article…


Child Benefit Changes – what you need to know

14th January 2013 | Written by In Accountancy | Categories : Miscellaneous, Pensions and Payroll, Pensions and Payroll, Personal Tax

Child Benefit changes – what you need to know. If you or your partner earns in excess of £50,000 this year, you will lose 1% of the Child Benefit you currently receive for every £100 of income above this limit.  Once income reaches £60,000, this benefit is withdrawn completely. You can continue to receive the Child Benefits payments in the Read the full article…