Last night, England entered its third national lockdown after Boris Johnson shut schools and imposed the toughest restrictions in March in an attempt to stem surging coronavirus infections. An end date to the lockdown has yet to be established, which we know delivers considerable uncertainty for many businesses. With your business circumstances in mind we have highlighted the core elements of the latest support,
The UK has left the EU and with the transition period coming to an end on 1st January 2021, it’s more important than ever, that businesses are ready for the impact that Brexit will have on their future. With guidance directly from HMRC, we have highlighted a key checklist for your business.* *The following is based on Government guidance as at
Here at Robinsons, we can help you check your eligibility and get you on board the scheme that works for you, and your business needs. Speak to the team today and let’s get you back to business… Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled the government’s plan to protect jobs and support businesses over the coming months. With your business circumstances in mind
Current list of deliberate tax defaulters HMRC publishes current list of deliberate tax defaulters, those people who have received penalties either for: deliberate errors in their tax returns or deliberately failing to comply with their tax obligations. Internet link: GOV.UK deliberate defaulters ROBINSONS LONDON ACCOUNTANTS – ACCOUNTING DONE DIFFERENTLY At Robinsons we work hard to understand, communicate, interact, engage and, above
HMRC countdown to file your tax return With less than 100 days until the self assessment tax return deadline of 31 January 2020, it’s the HMRC countdown to file your tax return. HMRC is urging taxpayers to complete their tax returns early, in order to avoid the last minute rush. HMRC report that last year more than 2,000 people submitted
Employer Bulletin: Guidance for employers HMRC has published the October 2019 issue of the Employer Bulletin which contains guidance for employers. Topics in this edition include: Changes for UK employers sending workers to the EU, the EEA or Switzerland PAYE Settlement Agreements and Welsh rate of Income Tax Guidance for employers on reporting PAYE information in real time when payments
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