Changes to capital gains tax rules will be introduced from 6 April 2020 for all residential property owners.
Getting a new job is in the top ten New Years’ resolutions in the UK, so businesses need to keep their employees incentivised and motivated to be confident in retaining their workforce in 2020.
Last Christmas, HMRC gave employers a temporary easement on reporting payroll information in real time, this year to save us from tears, they’ve given it to us again!
For many years now the Combi-Van has been purchased by businesses with the additional attraction that it can be used personally to run the family around with only a small benefit in kind.
Local accountancy firm Pierce is warning construction businesses to be prepared for major changes to the sector as VAT reverse charges are set to be introduced.
Lancashire’s leading employers are being urged to share their unused Apprenticeship Levy funds with local companies to help bridge skills gaps and seize the economic benefits of training.
The government has announced that mixed aged couples will no longer be able to put in a new claim for Pension Credit, resulting in families being up to £7,000 worse off per year.
With Christmas and New Year celebrations now becoming a distant memory, businesses are settling back into work for 2019. Without doubt, the main focus for businesses this year is Brexit, but the uncertainty around the deal is making companies feel unprepared for change.