The Chancellor of the Exchequer presented his Autumn Budget and Spending Review to Parliament on Wednesday 27 October 2021. Heres the highlights of the presentation.
The minimum energy standards are changing for buy to let property. Act early to avoid those fines!
With life returning to a semblance of pre-Covid normality for many of us, the same applies to the engine rooms at HM Revenue & Customs. As of 30 June 2021, HMRC had opened 6,150 inquiries into suspected overpayments through the CJRS scheme due to error or fraud. It goes without saying that compliance reviews of all the Covid support schemes are going to be top of HMRC’s agenda for the coming years, so being prepared for an inquiry should you be chosen is crucial.
You can now make a claim any time until 30th September 2021 when the scheme will close. HM Revenue and Customs are contacting customers who may be eligible to let them know their personal claim date.
Call for innovative businesses for the second Reinvention and Resilience Top 50 Have you innovated and diversified over the last 12 months? If you have, Forbes Solicitors want to hear from you for their second Reinvention and Resilience Top 50.
From 1 April 2023, the main rate of Corporation Tax will increase from 19% to 25%.
The submission of furlough claims for 16 - 99 employees can now be submitted via a CSV file upload.
For any PSC which meet the criteria and fall foul of the new rules there are several options.
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