Employment Law Changes

Employment Law Changes

New employment laws that apply to all businesses came into force on 6 April 2024. Below is a summary of the changes  Employment Flexibility An employee now has a right to request flexible working from their first day of employment. Previously, an employee could...

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Are You Ready For The New Tax Year?

Are You Ready For The New Tax Year?

The new tax year begins on 6th April and for employers running monthly payrolls, the March pay run will be the last of the 2023/24 tax year. There are some things you will need to make sure you do, when you need to do them are listed below!  What You Need To Do...

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Inheritance Tax Planning Tips

Inheritance Tax Planning Tips

With inheritance tax receipts to HMRC set to reach new levels this financial year, now more than ever families need to plan for their future.  Inheritance tax could take a large proportion of your wealth – 40% of everything above £325,000 -and stop your family...

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Alcohol Duty Changes

Alcohol Duty Changes

Up to 38,000 pubs and bars which have seen cuts in the tax they pay on the draught products they serve will be better off thanks to changes to the way Alcohol Duty is calculated.  The cuts will make pints and other products sold on tap 11p cheaper than...

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Cash Flow Management

Cash Flow Management

Last week the Office for National Statistics (ONS) stated that the UK's rate of inflation dropped to 7.9% in the year to June, which means the rate of price rises in the UK has slowed more than expected, down from 8.7% in May - although it still remains high. Falling...

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Government funding for free childcare

Government funding for free childcare

Nurseries are set to receive £204 million as part of the Government’s promise to deliver the largest-ever investment in childcare.The plans, which were announced in the Spring Budget, are designed to remove barriers to support parents to return to work and help grow...

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Employment Law Changes

Employment Law Changes

New employment laws that apply to all businesses came into force on 6 April 2024. Below is a summary of the changes  Employment Flexibility An employee now has a right to request flexible working from their first day of employment. Previously, an employee could...

read more
Are You Ready For The New Tax Year?

Are You Ready For The New Tax Year?

The new tax year begins on 6th April and for employers running monthly payrolls, the March pay run will be the last of the 2023/24 tax year. There are some things you will need to make sure you do, when you need to do them are listed below!  What You Need To Do...

read more
Inheritance Tax Planning Tips

Inheritance Tax Planning Tips

With inheritance tax receipts to HMRC set to reach new levels this financial year, now more than ever families need to plan for their future.  Inheritance tax could take a large proportion of your wealth – 40% of everything above £325,000 -and stop your family...

read more
Alcohol Duty Changes

Alcohol Duty Changes

Up to 38,000 pubs and bars which have seen cuts in the tax they pay on the draught products they serve will be better off thanks to changes to the way Alcohol Duty is calculated.  The cuts will make pints and other products sold on tap 11p cheaper than...

read more
Cash Flow Management

Cash Flow Management

Last week the Office for National Statistics (ONS) stated that the UK's rate of inflation dropped to 7.9% in the year to June, which means the rate of price rises in the UK has slowed more than expected, down from 8.7% in May - although it still remains high. Falling...

read more
Government funding for free childcare

Government funding for free childcare

Nurseries are set to receive £204 million as part of the Government’s promise to deliver the largest-ever investment in childcare.The plans, which were announced in the Spring Budget, are designed to remove barriers to support parents to return to work and help grow...

read more