Bevan Buckland LLP is urging individuals not to miss their deadline to report to HMRC after selling a property.
HMRC Drops Late-Filing Penalties But Self-Employed In Wales Should Be Aware of Interest Charges and Enquiries
Bevan Buckland LLP is urging self-employed people to stay on track to file their self-assessment tax return before 31st January 2022, even though HMRC has scrapped penalties for those who file late.
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Welsh Government have recently announced additional financial support for businesses negatively impacted but the latest restrictions have been applied in Wales.
The government is reintroducing the Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme (SSPRS). This will be a temporary scheme to support employers facing heightened levels of sickness absence due to COVID-19.
HMRC have written to traders with a reminder of the changes coming into force from 1 January 2022 and how they might affect the way goods are imported and exported between Great Britain and the EU.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has announced additional support available to businesses as the latest coronavirus variant causes concern.
The new rates apply from 1 December 2021, but you can continue to use the previous rates for up to 1 month from the date the new rates apply. Note that the electric car reimbursement rate also increases from 4p to 5p a mile.
Bevan Buckland LLP is proud to have consolidated its status as one of the Top 100 accountants in the UK, according to the industry bible, Accountancy Age.
The extended deadlines and the temporary pause of the strike-off process to give companies affected by COVID-19 time to update their records filed with Companies House have now been lifted. So, we are, sadly, seeing more companies facing dissolution.
A £45 million package of funding that will help small businesses across Wales to grow and support thousands of people to train to work in key sectors is being made available by the Welsh Government, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, announced 23/11/2021.
In recent years, company cars have become less fashionable due to a punitive tax regime making them very expensive for the employee. However, it seems the company car may be making a comeback, albeit in a greener form.