Today (8th March 2017) Philip Hammond announced the Spring Budget at the House of Commons. This year’s Brexit-conscious budget will have a significant impact for SMEs, contractors, freelancers and the self-employed. In this blog we’ll be taking a closer look at 7 key points that your business needs to prepare for.
Spring 2017 will see the UK begin to leave the EU, however the uncertainties about exactly how long this will take are yet to be confirmed. One thing is for sure, leaving the EU will impact businesses, large and small, across the UK and will likely even have a knock-on effect on countries worldwide.
Delivered by Philip Hammond as his first and only, The Autumn Statement 2016 released in November brought with it many changes to the way we will do business going forward.
Whether you voted ‘Remain’ or ‘Leave’ the verdict is in and a course of action has begun which will forever change the way we do business in the UK. But what does Brexit mean for Contractors, Freelancers and SMEs. In our latest blog, we take a look at the good, the bad and the unknown that may affect contractors, freelancers and SMEs in the UK.
…to the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act, and if you’re a small business, you need to know about it!
On the 30th June 2016 the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment act 2015 comes in to force. You might be wondering, what the heck is the Small Businesses, Enterprise and Employment Act and why haven’t I hear about it?
Originally due to be released in 2015, the Trivial Benefits Exemption has finally arrived. This is a great new way to pass on those small gestures that can help employees feel better cared for – and employees who feel cared for are generally happier.
How long do you have before retirement? How many pay cheques? Let’s say you’re planning to work for 20 more years before you retire, that’s only 240 pay cheques! Fewer than you thought, isn’t it?
April 2016 tax changes; It’s the time of the year that UK businesses brace themselves for, tax change time. Our annual reminder that anything can and will change. To help prevent unpleasant surprises, we thought we’d list the expected changes for the 2016/2017 year for you below:
George Osborne presented his eighth budget on 16th March 2016. We summarise below some of the principal changes that are likely to be relevant to our clients in the 2016 budget.
This year the government are introducing new legislation for landlords, which for many, will mean they have to make significant changes to the way they run their businesses. Read about the new landlord tax changes and contact our team if you think your business will be affected.