Management of your payroll can be a major administrative burden to a small business. Not only do your employees need to be paid on time and accurately but maintaining compliance with HMRC can be a minefield if left in the hands of someone inexperienced.
Starting last year in 2017, businesses with more than 250 employees (see below for who counts as an employee) have to report their gender pay gaps both on their customer facing websites and to the Government online.
Recently Incisive Accountants have become aware of so called ‘technical experts’ taking advantage of businesses in regards to R&D Tax Credits. With this article we hope to clarify R&D Tax Credits, who can claim for them and how we can assist with this process.
Tuesday's Autumn budget was a disappointment, unless you are a first time property buyer. The chancellor preferred to adopt a low risk strategy rather than really address some of the key issues. What struck me was the fact that the budget does almost nothing to deal with growth: the OBR’s forec
The buy-to-let world has been bombarded with change this year with the removal of the 45% relief on mortgage interest costs and removal of the 10% allowance for ‘wear and tear’ on furnished properties being just a few examples.