May 2024 newsletter: the latest updates from Clayton & Brewill

May newsletter 2024

Clayton & Brewill’s May 2024 newsletter is now available to view online. After a very busy few months at Clayton & Brewill, and we’re pleased to be finally seeing a bit of sunshine now that the Summer is on its way. In our latest newsletter, we look at a number of key talking points in […]

A guide to tax and business motoring

Few business decisions impact your tax bill more than motoring decisions — whether you’re self-employed, a partner, company director or other employee. And with tax rules changing year on year, keeping up to date matters. From the government’s about-turn on double cab pickups, to the latest benefit in kind rates for electric cars, we cover […]

New rules for HICBC: what are your choices?

For many families, receiving Child Benefit payments has been ruled out by the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC). If that’s been your experience, The Spring Budget 2024 might have tipped the balance in your favour.  In this guide, Nottingham chartered accountants, Clayton & Brewill, discusses the new HICBC rules, and also looks at the […]

Off-payroll working and IR35: are you up to date?

Off payroll working rules

Nottingham chartered accountants, Clayton & Brewill, takes a look at some areas of current relevance to those working through an intermediary, such as a personal service company (PSC). The off-payroll working (OPW) and IR35 rules are tax avoidance measures, designed to prevent those working through what are called intermediaries from paying significantly less tax and […]

February 2024 newsletter: the latest updates from Clayton & Brewill

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Clayton & Brewill’s February 2024 newsletter is now available to view online. After a very busy few months at Clayton & Brewill, we’re well and truly settling into 2024 – and with the cold weather starting to thaw, it already feels like we’re hurtling towards Spring. In our latest newsletter, we look at a number […]

Advice for employers ahead of major change for payroll

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Forthcoming changes to minimum wage highlight the need for employers to deal confidently with the underlying payroll rules. Nottingham Chartered Accountants, Clayton & Brewill, shares a concise guide for employers navigating the evolving payroll landscape. The change for payroll is imminent – from 1 April 2024, the National Living Wage (NLW) becomes £11.44 per hour […]

2024 planning: key tax dates and deadline

Key tax dates and deadlines

With so many dates and deadlines across the tax year, it can be easy to lose track. But missing certain deadlines could land you in hot water with HMRC. From self-assessment tax returns to ISA allowances and payment deadlines, there are several key tax dates that should play a vital role in your financial planning. […]

October 2023 newsletter: the latest news and updates from Clayton & Brewill

Clayton & Brewill’s October 2023 newsletter is now available to view online. In this issue, we look at a number of key talking points in the sector at the moment, including: Covid support payments are still on HMRC’s radar R&D single scheme uncertainty for customers Paying voluntary National Insurance contributions The High Income Child Benefit […]

What does the tax rules shake-up mean for pension planning?

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Whether you’re reviewing your own investment options for the future, a business owner looking for tax-efficient remuneration strategies, or an employer looking to signpost staff to advice, Clayton & Brewill explains what this year’s changes to tax-rules mean for pension planning and shares a round up of everything you need to know in order to […]

Full expensing: will it benefit your business?

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Unveiled in the Spring Budget earlier this year, ‘full expensing’ is the highlight of what the government calls its new ‘capital allowances offer’. In this article, Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill explains what full expensing is and how it may benefit your business. What is full expensing? Full expensing can be used for expenditure […]