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Tax relief set to help employers manage sickness absence

Date: 16/04/13

Business owners are advised that they will be able to benefit from tax relief when they pay to help their employees return to work after sickness. Employers will receive tax relief on expenditure of up to £500 on support such as health treatment... Read More

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National insurance cut boost for small businesses

Date: 12/04/13

Small business owners should seek advice to see if they will be exempt from paying employers' National Insurance Contributions (NIC) when new measures come into force. From April 2014, all businesses in the UK will have their NIC reduced by up to... Read More

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Tax holiday extended to encourage business investment

Date: 10/04/13

Through a Government incentive, for a further two years, individuals who invest in new companies operating qualifying small businesses, may be able to benefit from capital gains tax (CGT) relief. The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) was... Read More

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St John's Hospice - Volunteering Day

Date: 26/03/13

On Monday 25 March 2013, despite the wintery conditions, ten of our staff spent the day working at St John's Hospice  and were able to assist the ground staff in power washing, clearing le Read More

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Relaxation of Real Time (RTI) reporting arrangements

Date: 21/03/13

HM Revenue and Customs recognise that some small employers who pay employees weekly, or more frequently, but only process their payroll monthly may need longer to adapt to reporting PAYE information in real time.   HM Revenue and Customs have... Read More

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