With lockdown restrictions gradually easing and more businesses across the UK allowed to open their doors again, the economy is finally starting to open up. This is of course fantastic news, but it does mean that many of the government support schemes, loans and... read more
In the Spring Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a temporary three-year carry back of trading losses for limited companies and unincorporated traders. This is to replace the normal one-year carry back and will potentially allow loss-making businesses to obtain a... read more
If you’ve received payment or overpayment for a coronavirus support grant you weren’t entitled to, it’s important to alert HMRC as soon as possible. If you do so within the notification period, it’s unlikely you will be fined but penalties will be issued to those who... read more
As you may already be aware, it’s less than 70 days until changes to IR35 come into effect. At the moment, contractors who operate through their own personal service company (PSC) are responsible for ensuring they’re paying Income Tax and National Insurance. From 6... read more
A registered office is the official address of an incorporated company, association or any other legal entity. There are a number of places where it’s a requirement that you must display this information. Below we explain everything you need to know about the legal... read more
Changes to IR35 have been delayed for a year while the UK tries to get to grips with the impact Coronavirus is having. The reforms were due to come into effect from 6 April 2020 and would have seen the responsibility for determining the employment status of a worker... read more
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