Spring Budget 2021

Yesterday, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his Budget, which as expected focussed a lot on continuing short-term measures to help support both individuals and businesses through the next few months, but also included some longer-term plans in the government’s attempt to try and reduce the national borrowing. Here is a summary of some of the key… Continue reading Spring Budget 2021

Christa Ackroyd loses IR35 appeal

Former BBC presenter Christa Ackroyd has lost her appeal against a ruling that she was an employee, not a freelance contractor, when she worked for the BBC via a personal service company. The IR35 rules in broad terms mean that those working via a personal service company have to consider whether, if the services were… Continue reading Christa Ackroyd loses IR35 appeal

This is no fairy tale – A Guide to the Child Benefit Change

The ‘high income’ Child Benefit charge is set to come into effect from 7th January 2013 and the Government estimate that it will impact on 1.2 million families. You may have received a letter from HMRC regarding this. To help you to decide if this affects you, please http://www.torrwaterfield.co.uk/briefings/briefing-child-benefit to read our briefing which provides a… Continue reading This is no fairy tale – A Guide to the Child Benefit Change