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  • Enews – May 2022

    This month we consider the latest news on COVID grants for the self-employed. We also update you on the government’s energy strategy and plans to regulate cryptocurrency. With guidance on tax avoidance and the government’s one-stop-shop for tax relief, there is a lot to update you on. Article Index HMRC starts chasing up SEISS overpayments […]

  • Enews April 2022

    This month we consider the major announcements from the Chancellor’s Spring Statement. We also update you with the latest economic growth forecasts and the Bank of England’s latest decision on interest rates. With guidance on student loans and ground rents for leaseholders, there is a lot to update you on. Chancellor cuts fuel duty in […]

  • Enews March 2022

    In this month’s Enews we consider the upcoming Spring Statement; the closure of the SSP Rebate Scheme; and applications for COVID-19 grants that are still available. We also update you with the latest on freeports and the impact of interest rate rises on HMRC late payments. With guidance on self-assessment returns and fuel rates for company […]

  • Enews February 2022

    This month we consider the government’s scheme to give discounts on accounting software; the requirement for companies to include COVID-19 grants in their tax returns; and the reopening of the portal for sick pay claims. We also update you with the latest on claiming tax rebates and the impact of the national insurance increase. With […]

  • Enews – January 2022

    In this month’s Enews we consider the Chancellor’s latest fund for businesses impacted by the pandemic; waivers to self-assessment penalties; and the requirement to include COVID grants on tax returns. We also update you on both the Scottish and Welsh budgets. With guidance for employers and the FCA introducing a new duty to consumers, there is […]

  • Enews – December 2021

    This month we consider the impact of the pandemic on HMRC’s receipts as well as the tax details published on the first Tax Administration and Maintenance (TAM) Day. With guidance on the rules around Statutory Sick Pay, new laws for pensions trustees and an increase to the Real Living Wage, there is a lot to […]

  • Enews – October 2021

    In this month’s Enews we consider the government’s decision to delay the introduction of Making Tax Digital for Income Tax Self Assessment until 2024; the introduction of the Health and Social Care Levy; and the announcement of the date for the Autumn Budget. With guidance on the furlough scheme finishing, new proposals for flexible working and […]

  • Sheep Blog – July 2021

    3 July Oddly Bramble now has a similar cut around her eye to Champion. Hers seems to already be healing.  Champions also healed very quickly.  This is the first year we’ve had cut heads. Kangaroo has a bit of wool on her chest which we will tidy up with the hand shears. Of all the […]