2022 National Insurance Tax Increase

2022 National Insurance Tax Increase

After much speculation, it was confirmed by Boris Johnson that National Insurance contributions (NICs) will be increased by 1.25% from April 2022. The rise will affect both employers, employers and the self-employed and will mean that those above the minimum...
Directors beware. You can run, but not hide

Directors beware. You can run, but not hide

How many times have we heard that a Company that has outstanding liabilities has been dissolved by the Director at Companies House without going through a formal Insolvency process and then the Director appears to have successfully set up a new Company

Do I even need an accountant?

Do I even need an accountant?

If you are just starting out in business, and with an endless list of tasks to complete and costs to cover, you might well be wondering how necessary an accountant is. It’s not a ridiculous question either as every cost incurred at this point in your journey needs...
Outplacement for Businesses of all Size

Outplacement for Businesses of all Size

Outplacement is not only for large organisations; small business owners also can – and should – provide this support to employees they let go of. The past year has been extremely challenging for most businesses and although the government has designed...
Chancellor’s Summer Economic Budget

Chancellor’s Summer Economic Budget

A series of measures designed to revitalise the UK economy on the back of the COVID-19 crisis were outlined by the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak at the House of Commons on 8th July. The second phase of the Governments economic response to the pandemic,...
COVID-19 Business Support Measures

COVID-19 Business Support Measures

In response to the disruption caused by COVID-19, the Government has implemented a series of targeted measures to support businesses and individuals through this period. We have provided here a summary of those measures, in addition to links for further eligibility...