On Wednesday, 14 April, almost 500 British Gas engineers lost their jobs due to refusing to sign new contracts which contain changes to the terms and conditions.
Employees working from home can continue to claim tax relief for costs not reimbursed by their employer, but will need to make a new claim for the 2021/22 tax year, it has been confirmed.
Exports to the EU recovered in February, but are still far below pre-pandemic levels, official figures have revealed.
A recent documentary on pensions has encouraged women on £1-a-week state pensions to check if they have been given the incorrect amount and owed up to tens of thousands of pounds.
The National Living Wage (NLW) has been extended to 23 and 24-year-olds for the first time from this month, it has been confirmed.
HM Revenue and Customs revealed they are writing to non-VAT-registered traders they think are trading above the VAT threshold.
Almost four in 10 small businesses reported a cyber attack or security breach in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a major study has revealed.
Hauliers and other exempt professionals entering the UK will benefit from an enhanced Covid-19 testing regime to ensure goods can move in and out of the country safely and smoothly, it has been announced.
With just a week left to pay any outstanding tax liabilities for self-assessment, taxpayers must set up an online payment plan for the 2019-20 tax year if they do not want to pay the tax in full and avoid penalties.
Accountants welcome new capital allowance ‘super-deduction’ but warn businesses to start planning “now”Posted on 23 Mar, 2021
The new capital allowance ‘super-deduction’ could help businesses boost investment and productivity, but only if they start planning now, experts have warned.