Author: Sophie Tyler

HMRC’s IR35 report has come too late, says APSCo

APSCo: ‘It is disappointing that this research has come to light so late in the day, leaving little time for action from HMRC’.

Many UK managers consider quitting after experiencing ‘burnout’ at work

Benenden Health: ‘What we are seeing is that there is a burnout epidemic across the nation’s managers, but too often these individuals feel too helpless, worried and embarrassed to open up and seek support for their mental wellbeing concerns’.

Self-assessment taxpayers have until 1st April to pay outstanding tax

Figures show that more than 10.7 million people managed to submit their 2019/20 self-assessment tax return by the 31st January deadline date.

Concerns about new digital tax reporting rules

Making Tax Digital for Corporation Tax is part of HMRC’s plan to reduce the tax gap caused by taxpayer mistakes.

Still more needed to help SMEs through the pandemic

FSB: ‘While the furlough extension is much-needed, small employers are still struggling due to high national insurance contributions and the removal of the job retention bonus’.

Government launches VAT Deferral New Payment Scheme

The new payment scheme is part of a wider government package of support, worth more than £280 billion.

Good recruitment is boosting UK productivity by £7.7 billion each year

REC: ‘From temporary work to permanent roles, at home or at a workplace, recruiters have stepped up through the pandemic to keep the wheels of our economy turning’.

Many LGBT+ workers don’t feel accepted in the workplace

CIPD: ‘Our research suggests that many LGB+ and trans workers don’t feel safe to express themselves and be accepted at work’.