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The Budget 2018

Further to the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget, we are pleased to present a summary of the budget details which includes; Personal Tax, Business Tax, Employment Tax, Capital Taxes and Other Matters.   Click here https://tinyurl.com/GeensBudget18      
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Autumn 2018 Newsletter

As July draws to a close we are pleased to present our Autumn 2018 Newsletter. It contains articles on Making Tax Digital, IR35, buying property across UK borders, shared parental leave, income or gains from abroad and Enhanced Capital Allowances. Autumn Newsletter 2018  
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Summer 2018 Newsletter

Summer is finally here and we are pleased to present our Summer 2018 Newsletter. It contains articles on how to pay family members, Bitcoin, the new GDPR, Brexit, small businesses affected by late payments and company cars versus company vans. Summer 2018 Newsletter  
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Payroll Matters for the New Tax Year

  There are changes for employers to be aware of at the start of the new tax year.   New PAYE tax codes HMRC are in the process of issuing 2018/19 tax codes to employers for their employees. You are unlikely to receive a new code for all of your employees’ but this doesn’t mean that you will carry on using the same code for 2018/19 as you were using for 2017/18. Where you don’t receive a Notice of Coding (P9(T)) or electronic equivalent you should amend each employee’s tax code for the first pay day after 5 April 2018
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Auto-Enrolment Pension Increases

We would like to remind you that if you are an employer, under the Pensions Act 2008, the minimum contributions that employers and employees pay into your automatic-enrolment pension scheme will increase from 6th April 2018 and then again from 6th April 2019. The table below shows the minimum contributions that most employers pay and the dates when they must increase; Date effective Employer minimum contribution Staff contribution Total minimum contribution Currently until 5th April 2018 1% 1% 2% 6th April 2018 to 5th April 2019 2% 3% 5% 6th April 2019 onwards 3% 5% 8%   From 6th April
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