Category Archives: Payroll

Summer Budget 8th July 2015

Summer Budget 8th July 2015 The Chancellor, George Osborne, opened his Summer 2015 Budget on 8 July 2015 with “A bold budget…with big ambitions”, then followed with “we shouldn’t go faster, we should go slower”. So what are we to make of this bold but slow Budget? Osborne set out Parliament’s intentions to tackle tax… Read More »

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Analysis of the Summer 2015 Budget

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne presented the post-election Summer Budget on July 8 – the first Conservative only ‘red briefcase’ speech since 1996.   He described it as a Budget for working people and a continuation of the Government’s aim of creating a ‘higher wage, lower tax and lower welfare’ country. It was crammed… Read More »

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The Summer Budget 2015 was surprisingly jam packed of tax and relief changes that will affect businesses

The Summer Budget 2015 was surprisingly jam packed of tax and relief changes that will affect businesses, many in a positive way, however, on some changes the jury is still out. The following is just a brief overview of the main items that I believe will affect SMEs and is not meant to be a… Read More »

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Are you ready for Auto-Enrolment because The Pension Regulator is?

Are you ready for Auto-Enrolment because The Pension Regulator is? Auto Enrolment commenced roll-out in 2012 and is not going away. If you employ staff now or plan to in the future you have new legal duties which including provide a workplace pension for your staff. The law on workplace pensions has changed: This is… Read More »

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Autumn Statement 2014 & Budget 2015 (Key Points)

Autumn Statement 2014 & Budget 2015 (Key Points) 1 Income Tax personal allowance in 2016-17 and 2017-18 The government will increase the Income Tax personal allowance to £10,800 in 2016-17 and £11,000 in 2017-18. In 2016-17 the basic rate limit will be £31,900 meaning that the higher rate threshold above which individuals pay income tax… Read More »

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Hidden Pension auto-enrolment responsibilities

Hidden auto enrolment responsibilities revealed (from Accounting Web) Posted by robertlovell PM | on Mon, 07/07/2014 – 15:49  2676  6 comments More social links Twitter Facebook Linkedin Google+   Auto enrolment is approaching a tipping point. Where it was once the burden of the big businesses who were the first to comply, it’s now affecting… Read More »

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