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Train and Underground Strikes – Can employers help employees get into work?
With unions having gone ahead with planned industrial action this week, many employers are wondering what support they can provide employees.
UK Government’s move to change the Northern Ireland protocol creates uncertainty for businesses and risks further trade disruption with EU
A change of the protocol to scale back customs arrangements for goods sent from Britain to Northern Ireland creates further uncertainty for businesses
Buy to Let landlords are essential to UK PLC
The Government needs to take care to ensure that responsible buy to let landlords are not burdened with so much regulatory red tape they sell up.
International Social Security following Covid
With Covid restrictions ending it is a good time for businesses to assess ‘where they are’ from an international social security perspective.
The complexities of employee expenses
In this article we highlight some of the key areas relating to the management of employee expenses from an employer perspective.
Government’s new Fuel Allowance provides Holiday Homeowners with a Double Win
Wealthy Households with holiday homes in the UK or a pied-a-terre in London, will qualify for the £400 fuel allowance on each property.
VAT Tax cut would be popular with the public
Early reports following The Prime Minister surviving the vote of no confidence suggests that he will set out a series of tax cuts
Tax Q&A: Construction Industry Scheme and position for buy-to-let
Many buy-to-let landlords may have never heard of the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) or have assumed they might need to register for it.
Self’s assessment: Tax and the cost of living crisis
Heather Self examines why tax changes might not be the best way of delivering targeted support for the cost of living crisis.
UK Government’s unilateral move to change Northern Ireland protocol creates more uncertainty for businesses and risks further trade disruption with EU
The decision to introduce new domestic legislation that revises the Northern Ireland protocol would be a violation against international law.
Reduction in overall rate of Income Tax would not help
Reports that the Government may reduce the overall rate of Income Tax by 1p does nothing to help the current cost of living crisis.
Inflation is forcing more companies into having audits which will cost more
As inflation increases, many companies which were previously small and did not require an audit will now fall into the audit regime.