Author: Jaime Thorpe

IPSE welcomes government’s loan charge review

The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed: “The government should see this as an opportunity to repair its damaged relationship with freelancers.”

New prompt payment rules introduced to tackle late payers

The FSB are continuing to work with the government to drive out late payments – as outlined in their Fair Pay Fair Play campaign – from the UK economy once and for all.

HMRC reaches MTD for VAT implementation milestone

There are now nearly one million businesses in the service who have made over 900,000 VAT submissions.

Half of UK workers quit due to a poor relationship with their boss

Four in 10 managers said that they have never received any management training, with 18% only receiving training more than a year after having taken up their new responsibilities.

SMEs more susceptible to cyber-attacks

The annual cost of cyber-attacks to the small business community is estimated to be £4.5 billion, with the average cost of an individual attack put at £1,300.

CIOT urges HMRC to delay new VAT reverse charge

As many as 150,000 businesses in the construction and building sector will be affected by the change.

Contact HMRC ASAP if you have missed tax credits renewal deadline, says LITRG

Meeting the 31st July deadline was crucial for those who were told to contact HMRC to renew their tax credits.

Small businesses spell out priorities to PM Boris Johnson

Representatives from the FSB met with Boris Johnson and his team a couple of weeks ago to discuss priorities for the new administration.