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Modest welcome to Budget tax cuts
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:52 18/03/24
The recent Budget received a modest welcome from the small business section but was more about missed opportunities than anything substantial.
Autumn Statement: The news for contractors - Brookson Legal
Susie Hughes [Political News] 11:04 27/11/23
The Government's stated intention is to focus on five areas: reducing debt; cutting tax and rewarding hard work; backing British business; building domestic and sustainable energy; and delivering world-class education.
Budget (4): Reaction from freelancers' group
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:10 16/03/23
Representative group, IPSE has given its views on some of the measures in the Spring Budget which will affect freelancers and the self employed.
Budget (3): Pension changes could encourage older contractors to return
Susie Hughes [Political News] 11:30 16/03/23
Budget proposals to change pension allowances to encourage early retirees back into work could benefit older contractors thinking of returning to the work-place.
Budget (2): Back to Work misses self-employed target
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:50 16/03/23
Although the Budget promoted 'Back to Work' measures for many sections of the workforce, including the older 'returners' and young parents, the Government has been accused of missing an opportunity to target the self-employed sector.
Budget (1): 'Back to work' Budget - at a glance
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:32 16/03/23
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's first Budget was aimed at encouraging people to return to work. Here are the key measures aimed at that - and other annoucements.
AS2022 (6); No change on the roller-coaster of IR35
The Editor [Political News] 16:03 18/11/22
Since IR35 metamorphosed into the 'off payroll' rules, the ongoing criticism of poorly drafted legislation and confusing outcomes has taken on new levels.
AS2022 (5): Change to dividend allowance is bad news for freelancers
The Editor [Political News] 15:51 18/11/22
The hidden misery for contractors and freelancers in the Autumn Statement was the announcement that the dividend tax thresholds will be reduced from 2,000 to 1,000 in April 2023, before halving again, to 500 in April 2024.
AS2022 (4): Cruel dilemma for small businesses over frozen VAT threshold
The Editor [Political News] 15:17 18/11/22
A professional tax body claims that the announcement in the Autumn Statement that the Government will freeze the VAT registration threshold of 85,000 until at least March 2026 will put more pressure on small businesses.
AS2022 (3): Low-paid self-employed miss out
The Editor [Political News] 10:58 18/11/22
Some self-employed universal credit claimants may not see the full value of the Government's rise in benefits because the artificial minimum income floor that is applied to some low paid self-employed claimants in universal credit is directly linked to the minimum wage which will also rise from 1 April 2023.
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