The Chancellor’s recent National Insurance cut is now in place. But how will it impact your pay packet? While the 2p reduction brings immediate savings, we hear from experts to highlight considerations regarding frozen tax thresholds.
It’s the beginning of the new year, and you’ve decided to finally declutter your wardrobe by selling some pre-loved pieces on platforms like Depop, Vinted and eBay. Do you need to pay tax on that?
Today, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his Autumn Statement. We have summarised the key points.
The housing market is talked about a lot. But is buying a home in the UK affordable. And, what are the challenges and solutions? We break it down with help from Peter McGahan from Worldwide Financial Planning.
We’re lucky enough to be sponsoring this year’s Cornwall Christmas Fair at the Eden Project. Join us for this magical event, helping to raise funds for Cornwall Community Foundation.
We’ve welcomed four new members of staff this month, and, as well as a growing team, growth in the way of career progression is also in full force with four team members receiving promotions!
If you have your own business, then you will need to consider whether the VAT rules and regulations apply to you and the service or products you supply.
We hear from John Riseborough, Tax Advisor for Croner-I, as he answers a question about the Double Tax Treaty. And we answer What is the ‘Double Tax Treaty’?
From 1st April 2023, the main rate of Corporation Tax will increase by 6%, from 19% to 25%.
This rate increase has been on the cards for some time, having first been announced in 2021’s Spring Budget.
Today we heard from the Chancellor who delivered his first budget and here’s what we know so far…
We’re full of the warm-fuzzies here at Whyfield HQ, still buzzing after such an incredible start to the week on our Team Development Day.
A new penalty regime has been introduced by HMRC for late VAT payments. We run through the finer details here.