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Why trying to save money on your sums insured can be a costly exercise.. Underinsurance in the property market was underlined by research carried out by the Building Cost Information Service, part of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2012. It found that 80%…

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Since the introduction of the new IR35 public sector rules in April, our tax specialist department have noticed that agencies have been quick to amend their contract wordings.   As a result, more clauses have appeared intending to pass on the liability to the contractors Personal…

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the top topic of conversation in offices all across the country at the moment and every business needs to be aware of how the changes might affect them. There will be changes across each company but there are…

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Business entertainment and VAT can often be a grey area for business owners, here’s a quick guide on the key points. VAT cannot be reclaimed on the provision of business entertainment expenses to UK business contacts and non-UK business contacts who are not customers. This…

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There are many homes that don’t fit into the standard box when it comes to insurance. It may be that they are listed or have a thatched roof. Homes such as this are best insured through the non-standard home insurance route, which although not always…

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Do you still want to be in the rat race as a pensioner?? I’ve seen a few articles recently about the increase in businesses being run by over 60’s.  My immediate thought was “wow … pensioner power” and loved the idea that many people nowadays…

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Check yours now As lots of small and medium sized businesses reach their staging date, a growing number of them are either setting up their scheme after their staging date has passed, or just not setting up the scheme at all! During the second quarter…

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Self Assessment tax returns You may notice on your 2016/17 self-assessment tax return that you are being asked to make ‘payments on account’ towards your 2017/18 tax return. This will be the case if your Income Tax and class 4 National Insurance total more than…

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