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  • 14 Feb 2020

    Possible u-turn on pensions for high earners?

    There have been many stories in the press about GPs and senior hospital doctors refusing to take on extra shifts and additional responsibilities due to the additional tax they are...


  • 12 Feb 2020

    Changes to disguised remuneration loan charge

    The independent loan charge review, conducted by Sir Amyas Morse, was published on 20 December, having been delayed due to the general election. The loan charge was introduced to collect...


  • 07 Feb 2020

    Review of off-payroll working rules

    In January, the government launched a four-week review of the changes to IR35 “off-payroll” working rules scheduled to come into force in April, as the result of mounting criticism about...


  • 06 Feb 2020

    Insolvencies hit a six-year high in 2019

    It was announced last week that insolvencies hit a six-year high last year amid uncertainty ahead of Brexit and stagnating economic growth. The number of company administrations in England and...


  • 31 Jan 2020

    Office take up in central London jumps

    Fresh evidence that the London office space market is thriving has been brought to light, with new figures showing that office take up in capital's centre has jumped in the...


  • 27 Jan 2020

    £1.7bn Brexit boost for SMEs

    A new survey has revealed that British businesses are planning a £1.7 billion investment boost over the next two years, as Brexit uncertainty comes to an end. The findings show...


  • 27 Jan 2020

    FSB phishing scam alert

    The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has been made aware of spam emails being sent to people which appear to be an invoice from FSB. The organisation has confirmed that...


  • 25 Jan 2020

    Passing on the family home

    The Labour Party was proposing to reverse the recent Conservative Party inheritance tax (IHT) cuts if elected. They were referring to the additional nil rate band for passing on the...