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IR35: Businesses are still not prepared for off-payroll working rules


According to a recent study, many UK firms are not adequately prepared for the off-payroll tax rule changes for the private sector to start in April 2021.

Understanding the “Rules of Origin”


Businesses exporting to the European Union need to understand how “Rules of Origin” work to benefit from the UK-EU Free Trade Agreement, as many goods and services exported to the EU will remain tariff-free, providing…

Commercial property: Demand for industrial and logistics space continues to grow


Demand for industrial and logistics space has continued its upward trajectory over the past 12 months, despite the challenges faced by the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest research.

Insurance industry to pay out on COVID-19 business interruption claims


More than 370,000 small businesses in England and Wales could be due a payout on their business interruption insurance after the Supreme Court ruled in favour of payments being made on previously refused claims and…

UK economy shrinks less than first feared after second national lockdown, economists reveal


The UK economy shrunk less than first feared during the second national lockdown, a major report has revealed.

Self Assessment: thousands spread tax liabilities in response to coronavirus disruption


Thousands of self-employed workers have taken advantage of the Government’s extended Time to Pay scheme ahead of the 31 January Self Assessment deadline, a new report has revealed.

CJRS: Main changes to the extended scheme


Towards the end of 2020, the Chancellor announced the furlough scheme’s extension until 30 April 2021, which will continue to contribute 80 per cent towards employees’ wages.

More than 4,000 businesses join Kickstart programme


More than 4,000 small businesses have used the Government’s Kickstart programme to take on new workers, it has been revealed.

HMRC warns of tax scams ahead of Self Assessment deadline


HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has warned businesses to watch out for tax scams ahead of the 31 January Self Assessment Deadline.