Monthly Archives: April 2016

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25 04, 2016

National Living Wage comes into force. And who looks after the kids?

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Today we’re sharing information about two processes you need to know about if you employ staff: The National Living Wage and Shared Paternity Leave. […]

18 04, 2016

Our new Spring newsletter is available to download

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The new financial year is the perfect time to think about reviewing your financial situation. As we’ve discussed in previous blogs, there are going to be a number of important changes this year, so it makes sense to be prepared. […]

11 04, 2016

Tax advice in Gloucestershire – what small businesses need to know

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If you’ve been watching the news this week, you’ll be aware that Prime Minister David Cameron is having a rather difficult time of things! Following intense public pressure, he took the unprecedented decision to release his personal tax records this weekend. According to the Guardian, his office published “a summary and explanation of the prime minister’s tax affairs going back six years.” […]

4 04, 2016

How to save time and simplify your accounting

By | April 4th, 2016|Accounting|Comments Off on How to save time and simplify your accounting

The beginning of the new tax year this week marks the beginning of a new accounting year for many small business owners. Like the first of January, the new accounting year is a great time to make some resolutions. […]

1 04, 2016

What’s coming up for you in the new financial year?

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We’ve shared two posts recently about announcements in the spring budget and how they might affect you. Many of the changes will not be coming into force until 2017 and beyond. For example, Corporation Tax will fall to 17% by April 2020, business rates will reduce from April 2017, and class 2 National Insurance contributions will be abolished from April 2018. […]