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[16.10.2019]

Outsourcing payroll

Managing payroll is complicated. You need to make sure you’re deducting the right tax, as well as correctly managing auto-enrolment pension contributions, student loans, benefits in kind, expenses, and so on. All of that needs to be done on time, every month, so that your staff receive the right pay when they expect it. If […]

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[18.09.2019]

How could online accounting benefit your business?

How could online accounting benefit your business? Once seen as a radical new concept, cloud technology is now widely used, with research by domain registry service Nominet showing that 88%  of business leaders are currently engaged with cloud services or planning to adopt them. In simple terms, using the cloud means you’re accessing data that’s […]

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[16.08.2019]

Teachers’ pensions: employer contributions rising to 23.68%

Teachers’ pensions: employer contributions rising to 23.68% From September this year, schools and colleges will be required to make higher payments into teachers’ pensions, as the minimum contribution rises to 23.68%. That’s a significant jump from the current rate of 16.48%, and it’s already sparked a significant reaction from schools, with 62 private schools planning […]

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[17.07.2019]

Doctors pensions: does the tapered annual allowance affect you?

Doctors pensions: does the tapered annual allowance affect you? Most people don’t need to spend a lot of time thinking about their pension contributions while they’re working, or the complex tax rules that apply. But many senior NHS doctors have been forced to make difficult decisions about the hours they work, as pension rules have […]

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[19.06.2019]

Corporation tax: main rate decreasing to 17% in 2020

Corporation tax: main rate decreasing to 17% in 2020 It’s already one of the lowest rates in Europe, and corporation tax in the UK is set to decrease again next year. Having been cut from 20% to 19% in 2017, the main rate will change to 17% from April 2020.   The Government said the […]

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