The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) has released a final draft of a new Code of Practice on requests for flexible working. The draft Code received consultation in 2023 and is now awaiting parliamentary approval. If it is approved, then the new Code is expected to come into force in April 2024.
Companies House have reviewed the fees they charge and have released details of the new charges that will apply from 1 May 2024.
When starting a business, or indeed as an established business, choosing the most suitable legal structure for your business is an important thing to consider. Two popular options are operating as a sole trader or forming a limited company. Each of these options comes with its own set of pros and cons, especially when it comes to tax.
Since the COVID lockdowns, QR codes have become increasingly commonplace as a quick way to direct people to websites, to log into online video services on smart TVs and TV boxes, or to order or pay for goods and services.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are warning that fraudsters could focus on Self Assessment taxpayers.
Official figures were released last week showing that inflation remains at 4% in the year to January.
The National Cyber Security Centre have issued some new guidance on “Using online services safely.”
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have recently published updated their guidance on how to identify tax scams made by phone, email, or text.
The Bank of England and HM Treasury have published their response to a consultation on a digital pound that was started in February 2023.
The 12% to 10% employees national insurance rate cut first announced in the Autumn Statement came into effect in January. This means that many employees will have seen a boost in their take home pay in their January pay packet.