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Updates from the Clayton & Brewill team.

Shared parental leave – advice for employers

30th June, 2015

Shared parental leave came into play earlier this year for babies due on or after 5 April, meaning many businesses will be facing their first shared parental leave requests. Chloe Hughes takes a look at the new rules. Statutory maternity leave is unchanged at 52 weeks but mothers have the right to share 50 weeks… View Article

Company car tax – time to go green?

30th June, 2015

If you are an employee or a director you will have received your tax coding notice. You may have seen that the estimated company car benefit has increased by more than usual – even if you haven’t actually changed your car. Clayton & Brewill’s Yvonne Jackson explains the increase. Most cars are taxed relating to bands… View Article

Client profile: Trisoft

30th June, 2015

Established in 1979 and employing 74 staff, Nottingham-based technology company Trisoft has worked with Clayton & Brewill's Neil South since 2012, and is growing quickly, with four regional offices across the UK. For this month's client profile, we spoke to the team at Trisoft to find out about one of the most pressing IT challenges faced… View Article

R&D Tax Credits – no lab coat required

29th June, 2015

If your company has invested in process and product improvement or development you could make substantial reductions in your corporation tax bill through HMRC's R&D Tax Credit scheme.  Doug Perry of Nottingham and Long Eaton chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill explains how. The government introduced R&D Tax Credits to reward companies that innovate, recognising that… View Article

Auto-enrolment – keep calm and talk to Clayton & Brewill!

12th June, 2015

Received a ‘nominate a contact’ letter from the Pension Regulator? If so, there are certain things you should be thinking about in order to get ready for your pension auto-enrolment staging date. Chloe Hughes, head of payroll services at Clayton & Brewill explains. There’s been a lot of coverage of the ‘new’ auto-enrolment requirements recently… View Article

GPs – should you form a limited company?

5th June, 2015

Stagnating profits and hefty tax bills mean that our GP and locum doctor clients often ask us if they should consider incorporating their GP practice into a limited company. Yvonne Jackson, head of Clayton & Brewill’s specialist GP team, weighs up the pros and cons of incorporation from a tax and compliance perspective. Tax savings are most… View Article

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