Is it time you reviewed the tax efficiency of your company car fleet?
The company car is a popular incentive that employers have offered their employees for many years. However, as a benefit-in-kind,
HMRC announces funding launched to support SMEs through Brexit trading
HMRC has updated its guidance on how small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), who are new to importing and/or exporting, can
Is your organisation prepared for a HMRC Employer Compliance Review (ECR)?
Employer Compliance Reviews (also known as PAYE investigations) are one of the most common forms of HMRC enquiry. The purpose of an
Client focus… Vicki McDonald, Bursar and Clerk to the Governors at Dame Allan’s Schools
Vicki McDonald has been Bursar and Clerk to the Governors at Dame Allan’s Schools for almost three years, having previously
UNW’s summary of the key announcements from Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s second Budget
Continuing support now, but tax rises to pay for this later In a typically assured performance, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented
Chancellor confirms extension of furlough scheme until September 2021
As expected, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak yesterday (3 March) confirmed the extension the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) from the
Simpsons Malt completes acquisition of well-known Scottish grain merchant with support from UNW
Newcastle-based chartered accountancy and business advisory firm UNW has recently supported Simpsons Malt, a fifth-generation family malting and agricultural merchanting
Government announces when new VAT deferral payment scheme will open
The Government has updated its advice for businesses that deferred VAT payments between 20 March and 30 June 2020 to