Recent research has found that four in 10 firms are considering reviewing their strategy around contractors because of new off-payroll rules that aim to combat tax avoidance by workers supplying services to clients via an ‘intermediary’.
Thousands of businesses were unable to file their VAT returns in early January because HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC) flagship Making Tax Digital (MTD) service crashed three times in three days.
As mentioned last week, business owners need to embrace the changes in technology that will enable them and their employees to work more efficiently and productively.
According to the latest research, female GPs earn an average of £40,000 a year less than their male peers, a 35 per cent differential, mainly because of a two-tier system within the NHS.
The Treasury has announced that the off-payroll tax will go ahead in April this year despite conducting a review this month to address any concerns from businesses and affected individuals about how they will be implemented.