A temporary increase in the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) to £1 million announced in the Autumn Budget 2018 is now in effect. The new allowance – five times the previous cap – will benefit businesses investing from £200,000 up to £1 million in new plant and machinery.
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Our colleagues at RfM Preston have found a simple way to make a big difference. Every Friday (for many years now) staff have paid to take part in Dress Down Friday to raise money for a local charity. Derian House Children’s Hospice is the latest good cause to benefit from their ‘casual’ fundraising.
After a 12-month delay from the planned 2020 start date, IR35 has now been rolled out to the private sector. We have updated this article first published in May 2019.
Controversial changes to IR35 tax legislation for contractors in the private sector came into effect in April 2021. The new rules could pose a real administrative challenge for the many organisations that engage freelancers on a temporary basis.
Who would look after your affairs if you suffered a loss of capacity? Your spouse, a sibling or another person you trust? If you want it to be your decision, you will need a Lasting Power of Attorney.