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The budget will soon be upon us. Although it was thought there could be a delay the new Chancellor has pencilled in the 11 March.Read more
A bit like the UK Exit from the EU, the IR35 debate is still rumbling on with industry applying pressure still to get the implementation overturned or at a minimum diluted somewhat.Read more
As we know HMRC is an easy target for scammers, the year never seems to pass by without one employee or someone you know telling you HMRC have contacted them about a tax rebateRead more
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) earlier this month, updated their guidance in relation to the enforcement of National Minimum Wage Law.Read more
The Pensions Minister, Guy Opperman, has confirmed that for the seventh year in a row, the Automatic Enrolment earnings trigger for tax year 2020/21 will remain at £10,000, both the lower and upper earnings limits will continue to be aligned to the National Insurance Contribution thresholds.Read more
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