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Following our day at NI Chamber's Annual Networking & Business Showcase at St George's Market in Belfast, we were delighted to meet the winner of our raffle prize.
Knowing your business' strengths and weaknesses will help you manage your business efficiently.
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With the 31st January self-assessment tax return deadline approaching – do get in contact NOW if you haven’t sent us your income and business details.
Working from home offers all kinds of benefits but is not without tax implications.
Large and medium-sized firms have just 6 months left to prepare for changes to off-payroll working rules, which are due to extend to the private sector next Spring.
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The Chancellor announced last night that self-employed workers can apply for a cash grant worth up to 80% of their average monthly profits.
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The online service to claim under the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) is not available yet. HMRC will contact you by mid-May 2020 and will make lump sum payments by early June 2020.
We have been advised that some Northern Irish applicants for the Self Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) have been having difficulty registering for a Government Gateway User ID as part of the application process.
BBC NI did a recent update on the many schemes available to Northern Ireland businesses and the self-employed.
If you are self-employed there are allowable expenses which can deducted from your taxable profits to reduce your income tax bill.
The Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) was launched in May 2020 to assist the self-employed at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Chancellor announced “110 measures to help grow the economy”, including a 2% cut to the main rate of National Insurance (NI) from 6 January, alongside incentives to encourage business investment such as permanently extending the full expensing initiative.