According to a study conducted by Nominet, tradespeople who have their own website reap the rewards of an additional 21 jobs per year, on average worth £16,590. Despite all the obvious advantages of making the move from ‘onsite’ to ‘website’, around 35% pf tradesmen and women are yet to make the move. 24% do not … Continue reading Have You Moved From Onsite To Website?
HMRC now let us access PAYE information and our national insurance record via an online tax account. The registration process is relatively simple and access to the information is instant once your identity has been verified. You will need your national insurance number when registering for the service and certain documentation to hand – payslips, … Continue reading Your Online Tax Account
Further to HM Revenue and Customs’ 2012 e-marketplace campaign, extensive new powers have now been given to HMRC which have enabled them to approach online market places and, according to the Telegraph, demand information relating to customers’ selling activities. The marketplaces involved include Amazon, Ebay, Gumtree and Etsy. HMRC have not confirmed at what threshold they believe an … Continue reading HMRC Casting Net On Online Traders
HM Revenue & Customs have introduced a new secure digital tax account for individual customers. The new Personal Tax Account will bring together all the individuals’ details in one place and will allow those customers to also amend records online. It means that employees can check their own tax code online, and see how it … Continue reading Online Tax Just Got Personal
Further to the autumn budget last year, there were several changes to look out for in the coming year or so regarding the Construction Industry Scheme. Firstly, from April of this year, there was no longer a need to make a nil monthly return. This is something that has been an added burden for many … Continue reading Changes To CIS Reporting