Businesses look to increase home working

Businesses look to increase home working

The number of businesses planning to increase home working for staff has risen according to the latest official figures. In late May 2024, around one in five (19%) businesses said they either had or were intending to raise the number of staff who are working from...
Tipping Act Code of Practice to bring fairness to employees

Tipping Act Code of Practice to bring fairness to employees

Whenever you leave a tip in a restaurant or a hairdressing salon, for example, you would hope that the tip money you left will go directly to the person who provided you the service you are tipping for. But for many restaurants and other industries, that hasn’t always...
The end of the P11D is expected in 2026

The end of the P11D is expected in 2026

The P11D form which has been used to process ‘benefits-in-kind’ such as loans for season tickets and company cars will no longer be used after April 2026, as HMRC will ask businesses to deal with all these benefits through the payroll instead. HMRC announced earlier...
Budget changes and what they mean for you

Budget changes and what they mean for you

The Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, delivered his Budget statement to Parliament on March 6, and there were various changes that should benefit individual taxpayers and businesses. One of the biggest announcements, which takes effect from April 6, is a further reduction in...
UK Export Finance doubles limit to £10m for traders

UK Export Finance doubles limit to £10m for traders

Small businesses looking to access funding to expand their exporting opportunities can now fast-track their applications with UK Export Finance, the Government’s export credit agency, and apply for twice the previous amount. The limit available now is £10m. The move...