Free Acas advice available to all employers Acas works with millions of employers and employees every year to improve workplace relationships. Acas provides free, confidential advice to employers of all sizes and across all industries who have questions about employment rules, the law, employer duty of care and HR policies and procedures. Call the Acas… Continue reading Free Acas advice available to all employers
Businesses in the hospitality and leisure sectors in England that have been impacted by Omicron are now able to access grants of up to £6,000 as a one-off support payment from their local authority. Grants will be awarded per premises depending on rateable value. Other businesses that have been affected, such as those that supply the hospitality… Continue reading Covid Support Grants
New requirements will be introduced for importing some SPS goods, such as meat or plants, to Great Britain from the EU from 1 January 2022. Pre-notification will be required for imports to Great Britain of most products of animal origin, animal by-products, high risk food not of animal origin and regulated plants and plant products… Continue reading New requirements will be introduced for importing some SPS goods, such as meat or plants, to Great Britain from the EU from 1 January 2022.
Due to file your confirmation statement? Every company, including dormant and non trading companies, must file a confirmation statement. It confirms the information Companies House holds about your company is up to date. You must file a statement at least once a year, but you may choose to file more often. If your private limited… Continue reading Due to file your confirmation statement?
Coronavirus grants and payments to support businesses during the pandemic are taxable. If you are a Limited Company and received any coronavirus support grants or payments, it is important to make sure you have the latest information so you can complete your Company Tax Return (CT600) accurately. If you need to complete a Company Tax… Continue reading Declaring Coronavirus Business Support Grants and Payments For Your Company
The deadline to submit your return and to pay any tax you owe is 31 January 2022. But you don’t have to wait until January – you can file your return now and then know how much tax you need to pay Complete your return now Go to your ‘Self Assessment’ online account. Please remember… Continue reading Complete Your Self Assessment Tax Return by 31st Jan
Customs Declarations From 1 January 2022, you will no longer be able to delay making import customs declarations under the Staged Customs Controls rules that have applied during 2021. Most importers will have to make declarations and pay relevant tariffs at the point of import. Before 1 January 2022, you should consider how you are… Continue reading Changes to Customs Declarations from 1 January 2022
Claim the right business expenses and you’ll only pay the tax you owe. HMRC are running a series of support webinars for the latest information with the change for you to ask questions Business expenses for the self-employedThis webinar will look at the most common business expenses, explain what is and isn’t allowable and how… Continue reading Business Expenses For Self-Employed
The SSP Rebate Scheme closed on 30 September and you have until 31 December to submit any final claims, or to amend claims you have already submitted. If you are an employer with fewer than 250 employees and if you’ve paid SSP to employees for sickness absence or self-isolation that was coronavirus-related on or before 30 September, you could be… Continue reading Final Claims for The Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme
Are you a business that manufactures or imports plastic packaging? If so, sign-up for HMRC’s Plastic Packaging Tax (PPT) webinars to learn more about what you need to do before the tax comes into force on 1 April 2022. HMRC’s webinars will give you the further information you need to get ready for the tax… Continue reading Plastic Packaging Tax