What is employment allowance? Employment Allowance is a National Insurance credit that is offset against Class 1 Employer’s NI. The maximum amount that can be claimed in each tax year is £3,000, although you can still claim if you pay less than £3,000. When it was first introduced in 2014 you could claim up to… Continue reading The Employment Allowance
So it’s that time of year again when the team brush the dust off their walking boots and start their training for the annual charity challenge. This year we have chosen Alzheimer’s society as our charity of the year which many of the team hold close to their hearts. If you would like to know… Continue reading Torr Waterfield 2017 Charity Challenge
In 2016 UK companies and UK limited liability partnerships (LLPs) were required to keep a register of people with significant control (PSC register) and to file relevant information at Companies House. New rules have now been introduced as part of the UK’s programme implementing the EU Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive and tackling money laundering and… Continue reading Changes to information requirements about people with significant control
In the current cyber-world attempted fraud is always increasing and taxpayers need to watch out not only for scam emails and texts but phone calls too. Phishing emails are designed to steal personal or financial details and may also deliver malicious software. Some of the most common examples involve HMRC and an email advising a… Continue reading Are you due a tax refund, or is it a fake HMRC email / phone call?