Budget 2018 Summaries

Philip Hammond the Chancellor of the Exchequer has delivered his 2018 Autumn Budget – his last budget before the UK exits the European Union. As the final leg of Brexit negotiations approaches, it was unclear if the chancellor was going to use the Budget as a tool to make some political or economic statements. Mr […]

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Avoid National Minimum Wage Naming & Shaming

The national minimum wage is the minimum wage that most workers are entitled to by law. For an employer, failure to pay your workers the national minimum wage can be expensive if you are caught by HM Revenue & Customs investigators. Consequently, it is important that businesses are aware of the rules governing the national […]

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State Pension Top Up Scheme

Not many people know this, but you can use the state pension top up scheme to increase your pension from between £1 and £ £25 a week depending on how much you pay in and your date of birth. The good thing about this scheme is that the increase in the state pension that you […]

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The Tax Free Child Care Scheme

Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the new “tax-free childcare” (TFC) scheme. For anyone interested, here are the top ten things to know about the tax free child care scheme. Top ten things to know about the new Tax–Free Childcare … http://www.exchangeaccountants.com Sat, 11 Jul 2015 17:00:00 -0700 The government has published […]

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New Changes To National Insurance Contribution

As from 6 April 2015 the processing of class 2 national insurance contribution in the UK will change. As a result for these changes the way in which the class 2 National Insurance Contribution is paid and collected will be altered. This post from Pwc explains quite clearly what these changes are and how it […]

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