You may be aware from recent media coverage that on 15th January 2021 the Supreme Court handed down its ruling on the formal test case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).More > "COVID-19 AND FCA BUSINESS INTERRUPTION COVER TEST CASE"
The impact of COVID-19 on the UK’s retail sector has been devastating, with many retailers having already been forced to close their doors for good. However, this coming month has bought a small chink of light to retailers who have been unable to trade since non-essential stores were ordered to shut up shop.More > "What to consider when reopening your retail store"
It’s that time of year again. No, not dry January, but the yearly update from HMRC on the worst excuses they receive from people who failed to submit their tax return on time.More > "Worst excuses for not filling out a tax return: 2020 update"
Typically referred to as IR35, the Intermediaries Legislation was implemented in 2000 to tackle tax avoidance by contractors who did the work of permanent employees but bill through their services via limited companies.More > "How IR35 changes will affect contractors in 2020"
You browse suitable properties. You arrange a viewing. You’re all set. You call the letting agent to discuss the deposit. Before you know it, you must pay a deposit, one month of rent and ‘referencing fees’ before you’re handed the keys.More > "What does the Tenant Fees Act mean for landlords and for tenants?"
A new report by Multiply found some worrying statistics for self-employed people surrounding their pensions and the age in which they’ll be able to retire.More > "Retirement at 79? Pension chaos for the self-employed"