Archive for October, 2018

The Budget yesterday had all the potential to be a fairy tale, but no! The annual forecasts are set to rise, more people are forecast to be in jobs by 2022, meaning the tax receipt projections are up, making more spending possible! For Business Philip Hammond put the focus on building business in the 2018 […]

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Many small business owners can often feel that there is never enough time, money, and human resources to allow time for staff training, which is one of the most important ingredients required for your business to succeed. When you invest in training, you can ensure that everyone on your team has a very good understanding […]

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CLASS 2 NICs TO CONTINUE FOR SELF-EMPLOYED In 2016 the government consulted on a proposed abolition of Class 2 National Insurance contributions (NICs) for the self-employed. This flat rate contribution, currently £2.95 a week is payable by the self-employed in addition to Class 4 contributions based on the level of profits. The flat rate contributions […]

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