|Annual Registration Limit – from 1.4.14 (1.4.13 – 31.3.14 £79,000)||£81,000|
|Annual Deregistration Limit – from 1.4.14 (1.4.13 – 31.3.14 £77,000)||£79,000|
Banksy artwork replaced with new street art from Pure Evil
We are set to replace a famous Banksy artwork, which sits in our London offices, with a new piece from urban artist Pure Evil, as a tribute to the Queen for her 90th birthday.
Proud sponsors of the 2016 Small Cap Awards: London, 16 June
We are proud to be sponsoring the fourth annual Small Cap Awards, which will take place on 16 June 2016 at the Montcalm Hotel, London.
HMRC collects additional £737m as crackdown on payroll tax errors continues
According to our research, HMRC has collected an additional £737.3m from investigations into companies over tax avoidance and errors relating to employer compliance – with small businesses, in particular, coming under fire.
Bill of Rights may not be good news for taxpayers
The government moved one step closer to withdrawing the Human Rights Act by announcing consultations on a British Bill of Rights. However, until there are clearer protections for taxpayers this news should be viewed with caution by taxpayers.
Management buy-in: China & Co (Props Hire) Limited
Our corporate finance team in Manchester successfully advised husband and wife duo, Nick Lees and Liz Belton, on their management buy-in of China & Co (Props Hire) Limited.
The abolition of National Insurance contracted-out rates
This academy focused document looks at the effects of the abolition of National Insurance contracted-out rates, focusing on the cost implications for both employers and employees.