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Employer obligations in 2022: an update

4th May, 2022

In our latest employer update, Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill guides you through the latest issues in tax, payroll and employment law. Stay compliant on minimum wage New minimum wage rates apply from 1 April 2022: Hourly rate from 1 April 2022 National Living Wage (age 23 and over) £9.50 21-22 year old rate… View Article

Spring update 2022: off-payroll working rules, fraud in Covid support schemes and MTD for income tax

14th April, 2022

The Clayton & Brewill Spring update 2022 is now available to view online. As the bank holiday weekend approaches, we’d like to wish all our clients a very Happy Easter from the team at Clayton & Brewill. Our Spring update contains advice and articles for both business owners and individuals, including: What employers need to consider… View Article

Spring Statement 2022: key announcements

23rd March, 2022

Clayton & Brewill provides a summary of the key announcements from the Spring Statement 2022, including cuts to fuel duty and income tax, and an increase to the Employment Allowance to help small employers with national insurance costs. As always, please do contact us if you would like to discuss in detail the impact of any of these… View Article

Off-payroll working rules: what to consider now?

22nd March, 2022

Following a recent case at the Court of Appeal involving off-payroll working (OPW) rules and the right of substitution, Nottingham chartered accountants, Clayton & Brewill, highlights what employers need to consider in 2022. The off-payroll working (OPW) rules continue a policy which started with the so-called IR35 regime. The aim in each case is that… View Article

Error and fraud in Covid-19 support schemes: HMRC’s approach

28th February, 2022

From the beginning, it was clear that Covid-19 support schemes would be targets for fraud and that customers would make mistakes. In our latest article, Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill highlights HRMC’s latest approach to tackling error and fraud in Covid-19 support scheme claims. Taxpayer Protection Taskforce Given estimates suggesting £5.8 billion lost to… View Article

Self Assessment tax return 2022: late filing and late payment penalties waived for one month

27th January, 2022

As the 31 January tax return deadline looms, Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill explains the latest news from HMRC regarding late filing and late payment penalties being waived and highlights why it’s more important than ever to ensure your submission is made on time. Who must send a tax return? You must send a… View Article

A guide to MTD ITSA: why it still means big change for you and your business

17th December, 2021

April 2022 sees the final phase of Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. MTD for income tax (MTD ITSA) comes next, and implementation is likely to be altogether more challenging, plus there’s corporation tax to consider. In this article, Nottingham chartered accountants Clayton & Brewill provides a… View Article

Autumn update 2021: salary sacrifice, HMRC’s changing approach and MTD developments

24th November, 2021

The Clayton & Brewill Autumn update 2021 is now available to view online. It’s hard to believe that the year is coming to a close, but as we begin the countdown to Christmas, the Clayton & Brewill team remains committed to supporting all of our clients at this busy time. Our Autumn update contains advice… View Article

Salary sacrifice: how to change the small print

15th November, 2021

With the disruption caused by COVID-19, employers may find themselves asked to change the terms of a salary sacrifice arrangement. But it’s important that businesses tread carefully on this matter; varying a salary sacrifice arrangement could result in expected tax and NICs advantages being put at risk. In this article, Clayton & Brewill explains what… View Article

HMRC’s latest approach to outstanding tax

9th November, 2021

Protecting livelihoods; keeping people in work; helping businesses with temporary cash flow issues to survive. These have been HMRC’s guiding principles on tax debt ever since COVID-19 began. But as the economy emerges from the pandemic, and with government support schemes already winding down, businesses should expect a sea change in HMRC’s approach to outstanding… View Article

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