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Employers warned about pensions auto-enrolment exemption scam

The Pensions Regulator is warning employers not to fall for a scam involving the sale of fake certificates which suggest the holders do not have any workplace pension duties. […]

Avoid penalties for late employment intermediary returns

The latest intermediaries’ quarterly reporting period finished on 5 April 2017. […]

HMRC struggles to cope with tax changes – so what hope is there for the rest of us?

Rarely have I stumbled across a greater untruth than HM Revenue & Customs’ catchy advertising slogan “tax doesn’t have to be taxing”. […]

Bright Sky Contracting – The Journey so far

In light of recently passing our second anniversary, I write this to give a perspective of where we have come from and how through hard work we continue to develop to being an industry leading Umbrella and Accountancy service provider. […]

2017 Budget – Changes to Personal Taxation

On Wednesday 8th March, Philip Hammond delivered his first Budget as chancellor. The following is a summary of changes to Personal Taxation: The main rate of Class 4 National Insurance contributions for the self-employed to [...]

HMRC’s ‘Super-Computer’

According to reports in the Telegraph, HMRC is deploying its “super-computer” which holds data about individuals, and not just about their income.  […]

New penalties for enablers of offshore tax evasion

Accountants, lawyers and other advisors who enable offshore tax evasion face new sanctions from 1st January 2017. […]

Automatic Penalties are now in Place for Late Intermediary Returns

Automatic Penalties are now Operational from the 5th August 2016 for Late Intermediary Returns […]

Annual Return Being Replaced

The Annual Return is being replaced by a “Confirmation Statement” which is much shorter and confirms that the information held by Companies House is correct. […]

Chancellor Cuts Corporation Tax

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has announced plans to cut UK corporation tax from 20% to 15% following the outcome of the EU referendum. […]