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Our lead article looks at the question of tax, pensions, and high-earners – something that has had considerable press coverage this year. Stories of top NHS staff turning down shifts because of tax bills based on their pension contributions have made headline news.
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In today's highly regulated business climate, it is vital to understand the responsibilities involved in taking on the role of company director.
'Almost uniquely unpopular' and 'complicated' were just two of the comments about Inheritance Tax (IHT) made by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) recently.
Our lead article looks at an important change for the construction industry: the introduction of the VAT domestic reverse charge. The charge takes effect from 1 October 2019, and will mean significant changes in invoicing and VAT return procedures for those involved.
Getting minimum wage obligations right can be challenging for employers, as indicated by the findings of a recent report by the Low Pay Commission.
Autumn Budget 2018 announced the introduction of a new capital allowance: the Structures and Buildings Allowance (SBA).
Capital expenditure is an important area for every business. There have been several changes to the capital allowances regime over recent months, ranging from the introduction of the new non-residential structures and buildings allowance, introduced by Autumn Budget 2018; to the temporary increase in the annual investment allowance.
The VAT domestic reverse charge for building and construction services comes into effect from 1 October 2019. Although some of the detail may change in the months to come, given the scale of the changes envisaged, it would be appropriate for businesses to start planning for them now.
The modern workplace has evolved rapidly, with the development of the 'gig' economy and new ways of working.
The ‘off-payroll’ or ‘IR35’ rules have been adapted considerably since they were first introduced, and Autumn Budget 2018 announced further change to come. Our lead article provides an update in this area.
We look at recent developments in payroll practice, employment law and tax.
For a business to grow successfully, it needs to know where it is now - and where it's capable of going in the future. And that means not just having the right financial information, but getting it to work for you.
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