Concerns by the Audit profession regarding the increase of audit exemption limits would lead to more instances of poor financial reporting were rejected by the Government.
With the 2015/16 tax year coming to a close on 5th April, you can plan ahead by reading our guide's planning tips for Personal and Corporate taxes, tax allowances and tax reliefs.
When it comes to travel and subsistence not all costs are equal and not all will count as expenses for tax purposes.
Succession planning is a complicated area of business and tax planning for family businesses.
National Insurance covers your entitlement to state benefits and pension. Read on to ensure you are not paying too much.
Daly Park exhibited for the first time at NI Chamber's Annual Networking Conference in St George's Market, Belfast, on 14th September 2016.
Employee benefits and staff rewards are an important part of the modern workplace and understanding their relation to taxation and reporting is essential.
Have a browse through this month's newsletter for the latest news affecting businesses.
April can be a major month for when employment law changes take effect. Here’s an overview of what you may need to be aware of:
Around 230 employers have been named for underpaying their workers the National Minimum or Living Wage.
Keep on top of the latest payroll issues by reading our roundup of the latest news.
Now that many employers have auto-enrolment up and running, you need to be aware of your on-going responsibilities with regards to re-enrolment of workers every 3 years.
82% of workers feel motivated after receiving some form of recognition from their employers, but what are the tax implications?
For the latest round-up of Tax and Accountancy news, read our June Newsletter
Read up on the intricate tax rules around reimbursed expenses for travel and subsistence.
Make sure your business is up to date with the National Minimum Wage. Follow our 5 tips below to avoid the naming and shaming by HMRC.
This July, approximately £1.4 million was paid out to 22,400 workers who had not been paid the NMW.
For most firms with employees, there comes a tipping point when handling payroll in-house is no longer feasible, although this point varies from business to business.
Our latest tax newsletter brings you the latest on auto-enrolment obligations and fines, the streamlined company registration process, the avoidable inherited ISA tax charge and proposals to tighten wealth taxes.
From 6th April 2019 employers must supply all 'workers' with payslips showing their hours worked where the pay varies by the number of hours worked.
The current national minimum wage (NMW) rates will be increased in April 2020 giving 3 million UK workers a significant cash boost. For a full-time employee this could result in an increase of up to £930 a year.
The government has announced a raft of measures aimed at both businesses and individuals in order to support them during the Coronavirus crisis. Here is an at a glance summary of the main proposals.
On 24th March the Irish Government announced new measures to provide financial support to workers affected by the Covid-19 crisis.
The Irish Revenue has announced a Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme for employers whose businesses have been adversely affected by Covid-19.
HMRC has posted the following guidance on getting ready to make a claim under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
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HMRC have just released guidance for employers on how to calculate 80% of their employees' wages on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Wages for furloughed employees are now being paid through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, just six working days after claims opened.
The portal for claiming under the SSP rebate scheme opens on 26th May.
The updated CJRS will allow employers to bring furloughed employees back to work part-time from 1st July.
Changes to off-payroll working rules come into effect on 6th April 2021.