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Employers - are you claiming the new £2,000 NIC Employment Allowance?

The new tax year (2014/2015) sees the introduction of the Employment Allowance. George Osborne recently contacted all employers reminding them of its implementation and claiming 1.25 million businesses and charities will benefit from cutting £2,000 from their employer Class 1 National Insurance Contributions (NICs).

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6 May 14
Jonathan Rourke

Dealing with faces not just numbers

We were delighted and honoured to be featured by international magazine Professional Marketing....

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1 May 14
Jill Murray

Budget 2014 - a considered view

It’s not all about avoidance...or is it? The chancellor George Osborne claimed it was ‘a Budget for Makers, Doers and Savers’. However, with an election pending next year, was it actually more about politics?

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24 Apr 14
Colin Tice

Automatic enrolment – make that New Year’s Resolution

Over 2 million workers have now begun saving into a Workplace Pension Scheme as a result of automatic enrolment.

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9 Jan 14
John Davenport, Director, Cassons Financial Planning Limited

Accounting super heroes!

'Tis the season to be merry and the Christmas spirit is certainly in full flow for the 'film stars' of Cassons Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers.

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11 Dec 13
Jill Murray

Insight from BKR tax meeting in Amsterdam

A day in the life of Senior Tax Manager Helen Cowley as she attends the BKR Tax and Audit meeting in Amsterdam

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9 Dec 13
Helen Cowley

Autumn Statement 2013

Our initial thoughts on the Autumn Statement 2013

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5 Dec 13
Helen Cowley

The burden of tax administration for small businesses

Are you one of the thousands of small businesses in the UK struggling under the burden of tax administration?

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24 Oct 13
Colin Tice

EU - a land of opportunity?

It's a political hot potato that continues to divide the nation: is our membership of the European Union a hindrance or a help to British businesses?

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27 Sep 13
Tony Reynolds

East Lancs tax expert's social media warning

Social media could soon become a useful source of tax surveillance, a top tax expert has warned.

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16 Sep 13
Colin Tice
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