The Covid-19 pandemic has meant that more employees worked from home than ever before. This trend looks set to continue following the Government’s latest advice
In June 2020, the Government announced that it was making funding available to customs intermediaries and businesses to help increase their capacity to make customs
As a business owner you can loan your employees up to £10,000 – but what are the tax implications? Find out more below.
Hardship loans to employees To help employees out during the Covid-19 pandemic, employers may provide ‘hardship’ loans to employees. Where loans are provided, what are
Company car ‘availability’ during the Covid-19 pandemic For many, their working patterns changed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Some employees were required to
Small employers can now reclaim statutory sick pay paid to employees who were absent from work due to the Coronavirus. Read more…
Reclaim SSP for Covid-19 absences Small employers can now reclaim statutory sick pay (SSP) paid to employees who were absent from work due to the
“Just because a gift is provided each year, or is provided to all staff members, does not mean that the employee has a contractual entitlement to it.”
Trivial benefit traps – Contractual obligations The trivial benefits exemption allows employers to provide employees with low cost benefits free of tax and National Insurance
As business owners we all want to make sure our company is a great place to work. Have you considered giving your employees or even their family members educational scholarships?
Partnership rather than a limited company. We explain why in today’s blog. Employer-funded scholarships Special tax rules apply to scholarships, which include exhibitions, bursaries or
With holiday season in full swing, we explain the strict scenarios where you can deduct for business entertaining and gifts in calculating taxable profits.
Can we deduct entertaining expenses? The tax rules on the deductibility of entertaining expenses are harsh and often misunderstood – the fact that the expenditure
From 6 April 2020, the way in which carbon dioxide emissions for cars are measured is changing – read more here.
Zero charge for zero emission cars From 6 April 2020, the way in which carbon dioxide emissions for cars are measured is changing – moving
Do you visit other offices or are you seconded to a different workplace? Make sure you’re getting the tax benefits
Travel expenses and the 24-month rule As a general rule, employees are denied a tax deduction for the cost of travel between home and work.