The Covid-19 pandemic has had an adverse effect on millions of family companies, potentially reducing or eliminating profits. Where there is cash in the business
Do you know that the furlough scheme has changed? From 1 July, a grant claim can only be made if the employee was previously furloughed for at least three consecutive weeks before 1 March 2020 and 30 June 2020. We explain more in today’s blog.
Flexible furloughing As far as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is concerned, it is all change from 1 July 2020. From that date, employees can
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
Pro-taxman in Hounslow strongly advises that you initially need to determine your residency status for the tax year in question. This is decided using 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
When is a car a pool car? Rather than allocating specific cars to particular employees, some employers find it preferable to operate a carpool and
Read our quick guide to payroll for new employees covering tax codes, the new starter checklist and student loans.
Payroll – how to deal with new starters From a payroll perspective, there are various tasks that an employer has to perform when they take
HMRC commonly find errors in relation to directors’ loan accounts when making routine reviews of company tax returns. This article looks at the importance of
Parents affected by the High-Income Child Benefit charge (HICBC) can be forgiven for thinking that there is no point is registering for child benefit if