Autumn Statement 2015 expectations

Tax credits have been in the news and this is one issue the Chancellor George Osborne is expected to review in the Autumn Statement. The House of Lords voted to reject the Statutory Instrument which contained the... Read Full Article...

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CBI warns government not to ‘tinker’ with pensions tax

The first industry-wide survey since the general election sets out businesses’ pensions priorities this Parliament. The CBI has reported that according to the latest survey companies wish for stability on tax, policy and funding to boost pensions.... Read Full Article...

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HMRC’s landlord campaign nets £50 million

HMRC have announced that a campaign aimed at helping residential landlords get their tax affairs in order has brought in more than £50 million making it one of their most successful voluntary disclosure opportunities. As a result... Read Full Article...

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Identity theft – ICO guidance

Following the data security incident at TalkTalk with customer details being ‘hacked’ and many customers remaining unsure if they have been affected, an ICO spokesperson stated: ‘Any time personal data is lost there can be a risk of identity... Read Full Article...

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State Pension top up’ scheme

A new scheme is being launched offering anyone reaching State Pension age before 6 April 2016 a chance to increase their State Pension by up to £25 a week. People are eligible if they are entitled to... Read Full Article...

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Workplace Pensions – don’t ignore it

The Department of Work and Pensions and the Pensions Regulator have launched a new advertising campaign promoting auto enrolment which aims to change the country’s perception of pensions in the workplace. Workie, ‘a striking physical embodiment of... Read Full Article...

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NMW offenders named and shamed

Over 100 employers who have failed to pay their workers the National Minimum Wage (NMW) have been named and shamed. Between them, the 113 employers owed workers over £387,000 in arrears, and span sectors including hairdressing, retail,... Read Full Article...

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