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New flexible working scheme to come into force

Date: 05/06/14

Employers are reminded that from 30 June all employees will have the right to request flexible working. Currently, flexible working is only available for employees with caring responsibility for children 16 or under or adults which are relatives or... Read More

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Potential changes to elections for PPR Relief

Date: 01/06/14

Owners of second homes are warned about potential changes to elections in regard to Principal Private Residence Relief (PPRR). PPRR is a special Capital Gains Tax (CGT) relief that is available on the sale of a person's home. PPRR is particularly... Read More

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Don't be exposed to P11D problems

Date: 30/05/14

Employers are warned about potential problems they may face filling in P11D forms. Employers are required to submit P11D forms for each employee they have provided benefits or expense during the tax year. Forms must be filed by July 6, setting out... Read More

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HMRC to access thousands of bank accounts for unpaid tax

Date: 13/05/14

Anyone with tax debts is advised to take steps to get their affairs in order or face having their bank account raided by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to recover the amount owed. Chancellor George Osborne first announced the new powers for HMRC in... Read More

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SSP no longer reclaimable from Government

Date: 23/04/14

Businesses are reminded that the ability to reclaim Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) in certain circumstances under the Percentage Threshold Scheme (PTS) has been abolished. The Government withdrew the scheme from 6th April in order to establish a new... Read More

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