The Spring Statement 2018 – What did the Chancellor say and what did it actually mean?
On Tuesday 13th March 2018 Philip Hammond presented his Spring Statement. So what exactly did the Chancellor say and, more importantly, what did it actually mean? The Spring Statement reaffirms fundamental taxation changes which will affect you and your business for the tax year 2018/19. The Chancellor responded to the Office for Budget and Responsibility forecast and consultations on the longer term tax challenges.
Naylor Wintersgill take on the Fire and Glass Walk challenge
The team here at Naylor Wintersgill are always keen to support and proactively contribute to the local community and we pride ourselves on our charitable ethos.
Increases to statutory payments - Don’t get caught out!
The Government has confirmed increases to statutory payments from 1st April 2018 with the Low Pay Commission announcing that workers aged under 25 will see “the largest increase in a decade” in their statutory minimum wage.
ACTION REQUIRED: VAT return submissions through Sage affected
It has been brought to our attention by Sage that from 14th February 2018 an important change with the HMRC VAT Gateway portal comes into effect and businesses who are running older versions of Sage...
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