Updates from the Clayton & Brewill team.

New National Minimum Wage rates from 01 October

29th September, 2014

Clayton &  Brewill’s payroll administrator Julie Braithwaite reminds employers to implement the new National Minimum Wage rates on time to avoid hefty financial penalties from HMRC. Employers are used to the National Minimum Wage (NMW) going up each October and this year is no different. However, since March 2014, employers have been liable to fines of… View Article

Fright Hikers to raise funds for Portland College

29th September, 2014

Clayton & Brewill's Neil South has signed up for the Sherwood Forest 'Fright Hike' in a bid to raise funds for Portland College. Definitely not for the faint-hearted, the 30k nighttime trek takes the hikers through the scariest parts of Sherwood Forest in the pitch black as Neil explains: 'I am part of a team… View Article

Essential Farm Business Update – 22 October, Scalford Hall

28th September, 2014

Our rural accountancy specialists at Clayton & Brewill have joined forces with the farm business experts at The Anderson's Centre to provide our Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire farming clients and contacts with a free, informative and topical update. 10am-1pm, 22nd October 2014 at Scalford Hall, Melton Mowbray The morning will begin with coffee and refreshments at… View Article

New initiative will make it easier to run a business from home

18th September, 2014

The Government's new Home Business Initiative has been launched to make it easier to start up and run a business from home. Clayton & Brewill's Yvonne Jackson explains. “Research undertaken by BIS and Enterprise Nation found that there are almost three million home businesses in the UK, contributing a total of £300bn to the economy… View Article

HMRC gives SMEs 6 months' grace with RTI penalties

18th September, 2014

In a piece of good news for smaller employers, HMRC has announced that it will delay automated penalties for late real-time PAYE returns, with businesses employing 50 or fewer staff not being affected until March 2015. Larger businesses will however face automated RTI penalties from 6 October 2014; if you employ 50 or more staff… View Article

Are your new tax codes correct?

1st September, 2014

If you’ve changed jobs, got a new company car or started drawing a pension it’s worth checking your new tax code to make sure it’s correct. Clayton & Brewill’s Yvonne Jackson explains. Last month those who receive benefits in kind from their employer are likely to have received new tax codes. If you have more than… View Article

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