Payroll Year End Procedure & Deadlines

Payroll Year End Procedure & Deadlines As you may be aware all PAYE schemes (payrolls) must make their 2018/19 year-end submission to HMRC by the filing deadline of Thursday 18th April 2019 (Please note the 19th falls on a bank holiday this year). In order to meet this requirement
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Important – Increased National Living & National Minimum Wage

IMPORTANT – INCREASED NATIONAL LIVING & NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE The next Government increase to the NLW & NMW will take effect from 1st April 2019. If you employ staff, or are thinking of employing staff then this mandatory increase may affect your payroll. We want to make you
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Auto-Enrolment Pension Schemes – Increases & Tax Relief

AUTO-ENROLMENT PENSION SCHEMES – INCREASES AND TAX RELIEF From 6th April 2019 the minimum contribution levels will rise for both employee and employer. We want to make you aware of these changes in good time so that you can plan for those that may affect your business or instruct us
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Autumn Budget 2018

This has all the feel of a “pre-election” Budget with the Chancellor handing out good news wherever he could, but there were still business areas where the Chancellor has hit hard including changes to CGT for some landlords, and the introduction of the new IR35 changes for those w
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Privacy Notice

Privacy Notice Riverview Portfolio Ltd / Property Tax Advice Ltd privacy notice explains how the firm handles and uses data it collects from, and is given by, clients past, present and future. In broad terms Riverview Portfolio Ltd / Property Tax Advice Ltd uses your data to provide a
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Christmas & New Year Closure Dates

Please see below the dates we are open/closed over the Christmas and New Year period: Friday 22nd December – 9am – 2pm Monday 25th December – CLOSED Tuesday 26th December – CLOSED Wednesday 27th December – 10am – 2pm Thursday 28th December – 1
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Autumn Budget 2017

Autumn Budget 2017 – In the first Autumn Budget for 20 years, Chancellor Philip Hammond tried to shake off his “Spreadsheet Phil” moniker with a few opening jokes. With reductions to growth forecasts, more provisions made for Brexit and further changes to Universal Tax Cred
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MOSS for the small trader, how does this work?

On 8th January HMRC published a further simplification of the rules for the recently introduced MOSS scheme, which applies to businesses trading below the UK’s VAT registration threshold (currently £82,000) that make supplies of digital services (telecommunications, broadcasting or
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Autumn Statement & Spending Review – Good or Bad?

In a speech lasting more than an hour, Chancellor George Osborne has revealed his financial game plan. Whilst some of these changes may be minor they nevertheless affect us all. Riverview Autumn Statement – Nov 15 on these announcements  
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HMRC’s latest tax investigation news

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