“Net Zero” is set to become the phrase of the day. It may even eclipse some of the Covid jargon that has become part of our lexicon over the last two years!
Employers who try and help employees buy paying Christmas salaries early could affect those on universal credit by up to 55%.
Leading IR35 specialist, Qdos, have responded to the news that Sky Sports TV presenter, Dave Clark, has lost an IR35 case appeal carrying £281,084.48 in tax liability.
Streaming services, such as Netflix and Spotify, online newspapers, ebooks and items reserved online but picked up in stores could be subject to a new online sales tax if ministers give it the green light.
Businesses and accounts departments are spending too much time chasing overdue debts when that time would be better spent in advising their sales teams on who to do business with or not in the first place.
A sharp rise in creditors using court action to recover debts has fuelled fears of a jump in insolvencies.
Rishi Sunak today repudiated austerity as he used better than expected economic growth to boost spending on public services.
There is growing concern that free, face-to-face advice which helps hundreds of thousands out of debt each year could be cut.
A single person will need post-tax annual income of £10,900 for a minimum standard of living in retirement, academics have estimated.
The Government’s decision to increase national insurance contributions (NIC) by 1.25 per cent from April 2022 has come at a tricky time for SMEs, many of which are struggling with the operational issues and the fallout of the pandemic.