We are celebrating National Payroll Week (NPW) by raising the profile of, and acknowledging the success of its in-house Payroll Team
Nicki Shipley, Partner of the firm said “getting payroll wrong is one of the biggest risks that many businesses face”. The payroll team at Smailes Goldie Group acts as an outsourced payroll department for dozens of businesses across Hull and
A Hull-based accountant has once again hit the back of the net by coaching the North Men’s over-35s hockey team to Regional Championships Gold, having already coached the England Ladies Masters over-35s team to European Gold earlier this summer. Gareth
Employers have a duty of care to their employees that extends beyond paying them a living wage and ensuring that the workplace is physically safe. They should also take all necessary steps to nurture their mental health.
The rules around new digital tax reporting requirements will be relaxed for charities and other not-for-profit entities, it has been revealed. The new system – known as Making Tax Digital (MTD) – requires almost all organisations to keep their VAT
It has been confirmed that charities cannot claim VAT relief on social media advertising after HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) issued a new briefing notice to financial controllers. The letter – published online – clarifies the regulator’s position on the
Policymakers have called for major changes to the Charities SORP – also known as the Statement of Recommended Practice on Accounting and Reporting by Charities. It comes after a panel of experts published their final report into the financial reporting
According to the Association of Payroll Giving Organisations (AGPO), there has been a significant rise in the number of employers offering Payroll Giving this year, as well as a marked increase in the number of employees engaging in the scheme.
The Government has launched a consultation on its aims to reduce the number of job losses related to ill health and encourage larger and smaller businesses to invest more resources into supporting their workforce’s wellbeing. As the consultation document states,
The response to a Freedom of Information (FoI) request has revealed that as many as one in four estates that are liable for IHT are investigated each year. In 2018-19, more than 5,500 investigations were launched by HMRC into the
The start of the next tax year in April 2020 will see key changes come into effect in respect of Principal Private Residence Relief (PPR) and Lettings Relief, both of which can be used to soften the impact of Capital