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Workplace rehabilitation tax breaks planned

Date: 16/08/13

Employers should be aware of Government proposals to introduce tax breaks for businesses which invest in measures to help employees return to work after suffering an injury or serious illness. The workplace rehabilitation tax exemption was first... Read More

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RTI annual scheme given go ahead

Date: 15/08/13

Changes have been made to the Real-Time Information (RTI) scheme to ease the administrative burden for smaller businesses and freelance contractors.  HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is now accepting requests from employers to switch to annual PAYE... Read More

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Expenses set to get simpler

Date: 15/08/13

Sole traders and business partnerships are advised that changes to the way expenses may be claimed against taxable income have now taken effect Read More

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Sage 50 Accounts 2014 - 'The VAT Edition'

Date: 08/08/13

Sage have recently launched their latest version - 'Sage 50 Accounts 2014 - The VAT Edition'. Following on from our news articles last year, we consider what's new in the latest version and whether it is worth upgrading. Read More

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Inheritance Tax - Are you liable?

Date: 05/08/13

Individuals are becoming increasingly liable to Inheritance Tax (IHT) when they die.  The threshold at which an individual begins to pay IHT has been frozen at £325, 000 since 2009 and the Government has confirmed that this is set to remain... Read More

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