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Understanding Off-Payroll Working Rules IR35

Accounting for Off-Payroll Working Rules IR35

It is likely that you have already heard of IR35, which is the law adopted to counter alleged tax evasion. But what precisely is IR35, how is it going to impact you, and what can you do to brace for its implementation in the private sector? These are all questions that we look to answer […]

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How Employment Expenses Work in the UK

Typically, employers are responsible for the bulk of the expenses incurred by their employees. Typical costs include the allocation of office space and the provision of stationery and other office supplies, work phone, and a computer. However, there exist some costs where employees bear their expenses, such as lunch, commuting, and business attire expenses. Except […]

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A Guide to Inheritance Tax in the UK

Inheritance tax in the UK

Two things in life that are inevitable are death and taxes. These are two realities of life that we cannot escape no matter how hard we try. When we talk about taxes, the tax that most people in the UK resent more than the others is inheritance tax or IHT. A major reason for people’s […]

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Brexit: Implications for Your Business

Implications for businesses of Brexit

Although the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the EU is already sending shockwaves across the globe, the long-term repercussions are yet to be seen. How is Brexit going to impact the markets and your business? For companies conducting business in or with the United Kingdom, how will the legal and risk environment change? These and […]

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Further Economic Support announced

Extension of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CRJS) As England enters into another national lockdown, the Chancellor has extended the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) until the end of March. The government will pay 80% of wages up to a cap of £2,500 and employers will pay employer National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and pension contributions and […]

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The Job Support Scheme

The Job Support Scheme has been postponed as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is being extended until the end of March 2021.   Overview: The Job Support Scheme will commence when the CRJS draws to a close, which is currently expected to be December. The latest position from HMRC is as follows: The scheme is […]

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We are delighted to announce the achievement of ACCA practitioner status

Q Accountants are delighted to announce the achievement of ACCA practitioner status. As an ACCA accountancy firm, we can assure our clients that: We are regulated by a professional accounting body and bound by a Code of Ethics. This means that we comply by the highest ethical-, conduct- and competence-related standards for our profession. Each […]

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All You Need to Know About VAT for Builders

For many people, VAT (value-added tax) is a logistical nightmare. It is levied at the point of sale by companies on products or services, and since it is a consumption tax, it is paid by the end-user instead of the entity selling the items. It can be complicated, tedious, and time-intensive, and if you don’t […]

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