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Planning is key for owner-managed businesses

Being your own boss is a dream for a lot of individuals, however, the reality of running your own business can be stressful.

Tax year basis reform: How does this change affect me?

In the second blog of this series on tax year basis reforms, we will examine how these changes could affect unincorporated businesses.

Help to Grow: Digital Scheme receives a boost

More than a million businesses can now benefit from Help to Grow as the eligibility criteria has been expanded to cover businesses with at least one employee.

Tax year basis reform: Should I change my year-end?

In the first blog of this series on tax year basis reforms, we will be discussing the new rules that will affect how unincorporated businesses are taxed from 2023 to 24 and consider whether it is worth changing your accounting period.

New VAT Registration Service (VRS) set to launch

HMRC is introducing a new VAT Registration Service (VRS), it has been revealed.

Extended Enterprise Management Incentive valuation period to be wound down

Businesses have been reminded of a change in a share option scheme that enables companies to attract and keep key staff by rewarding them with a share of the business.

New tips legislation gives pay boost to millions in the hospitality sector

Proposed new legislation to allow hospitality workers to keep their tips has been broadly welcomed by a leading trade body.

How can tourism businesses achieve Net Zero?

As the UK experiences unprecedented high temperatures, your tourism business may well be benefiting from increased sales. However, whilst ice creams are flying off the shelves a much bigger dilemma is presented…

First cost of living payment received by millions

Payments to support those struggling with the cost of living are starting to be paid into eight million people’s accounts from today.

New guidelines could help thousands of Britons cut their debt

Companies have been told by the Government’s Insolvency Service to consider the impact of rising prices and its effect on household incomes – meaning debts could be written off or repayments halved.

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Newsletter July/August 2022

What is employment? The Court of Appeal has for the first time ruled on employment status under the intermediaries legislation (often known as IR35) in two cases – and agreed with HMRC in both. In each case, the terms of the contracts proved crucial. Click here to download this newsletter

Pay boost for millions as National Insurance threshold rises

Further changes to National Insurance Contributions (NIC) kick in from July this year and will be a welcome boost for most taxpayers who suffered an increase in April.

Newsletter April/May 2022

Bronsens Chartered Certified Accountants Launch New Probate Business Bronsens Chartered Certified Accountants Registered Auditors, Tax and Business Advisors are expanding their service portfolio after recent changes to legislation allowing the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) to become an approved Regulator and Licensing Authority for Probate. Click here to download this newsletter

Spring Statement 2022

Exactly two years since the first lockdown was announced, the eyes of the public were firmly fixed on the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, as he rose to the despatch box in the House of Commons to deliver his Spring Statement. Yet again, Mr Sunak found himself addressing MPs against a background of crisis, with the residual […]

Bronsens Chartered Certified Accountants Launch New Probate Business

Bronsens Chartered Certified Accountants Registered Auditors, Tax and Business Advisors are expanding their service portfolio after recent changes to legislation allowing the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) to become an approved Regulator and Licensing Authority for Probate. Members of the ICAEW can now apply to undertake non-contentious probate services. As one of […]

Newsletter January 2022

Don’t fall for it: the rise in tax scams Increased online spending during the pandemic has brought with it a corresponding rise in the number of people falling victim to financial scams. Many scams are designed to fool people making online payments, but incidences of tax related frauds are also rising. Click here to download […]

New COVID financial support announced

Following the impact on businesses in England of the current ‘Plan B’ covid measures and the impact of Omicron on trade in the hospitality sector in particular, the Government has announced a new support package. The package comprises three elements: Dedicated support for the hospitality and leisure sectors in the form of one-off grants worth […]

Take advantage of the extension to the Recovery Loan Scheme

Find out how your businesses can benefit from this Government-backed funding Although much of the COVID-19 financial support has been withdrawn, the Government still wants businesses to access funding to aid their recovery.

Newsletter October 2021

Cost management: striking the balance Adjusting to the new economic climate may tempt you into focusing on additional cost cuts or consolidating pandemic changes to manage cash flow and finances. But it’s worth bearing in mind the law of unintended consequences before you get carried away with savings. Click here to download this newsletter

Newsletter July/August 2021

Last self-employed grant opens The fifth, and probably final, SEISS support grant (for self-employed workers) will be available from late July. This time, the amount of grant paid is dependent on the reduction in your turnover. Click here to download this newsletter