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More Rules For Employers To Understand The New Schemes

Please note, following the announcement on 31st October by Boris Johnson of the new England lockdown set to last a month, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has been extended for a month and the Job Support Scheme (JSS) detailed below will commence once the Furlough...
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The Rise In Pension Age Has Highlighted That Finding Out About Your Pension Forecast Is Not Well Known Enough

What Is The State Pension?The State Pension is a regular payment by the government that people can claim once they reach the specified age, the State Pension age differed between men and women in the past with women able to claim this at a younger age then men but both men a...
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DSE Workers Are Legally Entitled To Free Eye Tests And In Some Cases, Glasses From Their Employers - Can Tax Relief Be Claimed?

Employers must protect employees from the health risks of working with display screen equipment (DSE) such as PC, laptops, smartphones and tablets. Regulations for DSE do not apply to workers that use screens infrequently or for a short time. Employees should ensure they tak...
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Employing Staff For The First Time

Set up as a new employer with HMRC In order to set up a Pay As You Earn (PAYE) scheme with HMRC it is necessary to contact the New Employer’s Helpline. This takes up to 5 working days and can be done 2 months before you start paying people. This can be done ...
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What Is Your Tax Code?

September 8, 2020

Tax Code Guide For Employees

Were you aware you could be underpaid or overpaid without even knowing it? This happens if you are on the wrong tax code. While being overpaid because of an incorrect tax code may not sound too bad, the tax man will catch up with you and any unpaid t...
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The Chancellor has announced that CJRS, the ‘furlough’ scheme will be extendeduntil the end of March‌‌‌ 2021 for all parts of the UK and also confirmed that the Job Retention Bonus will no longer be paid in Fe‌‌‌bruary 2021, as CJRS will be availabl...
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The Coronavirus Pandemic Employers Allowance Has Caused Some Businesses to Unwittingly Claim National Insurance Contributions Twice Which Is Considered Tax Fraud By HMRC

In April this year, the government increased the Employment Allowance (EA) from £3,000 to £4,000 however there were more restrictions on eligibility than in previous years, therefore, employers needed to reapply and will need to do so annually. The Employment Allowance all...
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A Gingerbread Biscuit With Chocolate Chips For Eyes Is Not VATable BUT With Any More Decoration, It Is VATable!

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The self-assessment tax return Income Tax payment on account due by 31st July, 2020 is allowed to be deferred to January 2021 under the UK government’s COVID-19 pandemic support. Here, we discuss whether it should be as obvious choice as it seems.

Overview Your tax return should still be filed on timeYou do not need to apply for the defermentTo take advantage, direct debit must be cancelledYou will not be charged penalties or interest for the deferral periodYou don’t have to be self-employed to defer In Depth Firstl...
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