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Tax Credits One Off Payment
If you’re part of a working household that receives tax credits, you may be eligible for a new one-off payment of £500. The new payment is being introduced to provide extra support when the temporary increase in Working Tax Credit ends as planned on 5 April 2021. You...
Tax Free Childcare
HMRC are reminding working families about the government top-up payment, worth up to £500 every three months, for people using tax-free childcare accounts to pay for their childcare costs. Broadly, tax-free childcare allows parents or carers who have children aged up...
Winter Economy Plan
This week the chancellor delivered his Winter Economy Plan to the nation. And whatever the colour of your politics, this was good news for small business owners. And many an accountant will be having a cheeky drink or 2 to celebrate the end of ‘Furlough’! In this...
Marketing through a pandemic
We’ve had this dilemma in many businesses, so we are guessing it may be the same for you. You probably know the best way to survive a recession is to market your way out of the recession. (And we are now in a recession!) However, when to start that marketing?...
Adjust Working Hours And Patterns
Whether it is staggering start and finish times to reduced prolonged contact time, introducing short term working due to reduced business needs or flexible working to enable employees to meet child care commitments, a number of employers are having to think...
Choosing a new accountant
How to make the best decision for your business.
Spring Budget 2020: what you need to know
Key announcements for software, creatives and professional services.
IR35: What’s changing in 2020?
Tax rules for contractors to change next year.
Claiming R&D relief for software development
How to get tax relief for innovative projects.
Don’t leave self-assessment to the last minute
Complete your tax return early for a stress-free January.
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