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A guide to National Insurance and State Pension eligibility

Introduced in 2016, the new State Pension is a payment based on your National Insurance record when you get to State Pension age.

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Pay boost for millions as National Insurance threshold rises

Further changes to National Insurance Contributions (NIC) kick in from July this year and will be a welcome boost for most taxpayers who suffered an increase in April.

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How can cloud accounting reduce business costs?

Businesses across the UK are feeling the squeeze of increasing energy bills and raw materials, especially as the inflation rate recently hit 9 per cent.

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Tax planning for 2022  – what you need to know

No one wants to pay more tax than they are required to and yet every year hundreds of thousands of taxpayers miss out on opportunities to reduce their tax bill. Read More

Payroll: how to get it right

One of the key things that small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) need to get right is payroll. Read More

Making Tax Digital for VAT – What you need to know

The next few years will see several significant changes to taxation, including, more immediately, the further expansion of Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT in April this year. Read More

How to choose the right auditor for you and your business

Audits can be a valuable tool for building resilience and growth within an organisation and shouldn’t just be viewed as a simple compliance requirement. Read More

If your holiday got cancelled last year, then read on…

Were you one of many UK holiday-goers whose trip got cancelled due to the pandemic? Read More

Are you a Self-Assessment taxpayer?

If you are, then keep reading… Read More

“Night-time economy”- is it back on its dancing feet?

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has recently revealed that due to the pandemic, 393,000 jobs have ended across the night-time economy. Read More

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