The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grants are payments made by the government to eligible unincorporated businesses which have been adversely affected b
Some non-compliant umbrella companies pay workers part of their wages in the form of non-taxable loans, grants, advances etc.
If you have been involved in a loan scheme and receive either a letter from an organisation (or their solicitors) purporting to now
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is adding its voice to growing calls for regulation of umbrella companies, starting with implementing previous proposals.
In the past, the National Insurance Contributions Office (now part of HMRC) used to send out ‘deficiency notices’ telling people about gaps in their National Insurance
From April 2021, student loan borrowers who received their loans from the Student Award Agency for Scotland (SAAS), will have be
Since April 2018, there have been five rates and bands of Scottish income tax.
It is welcome news to many self-employed people and partners in trading partnerships that the fourth Self-Employment Income Support Scheme grant (SEISS 4) claim proces
During April 2021, HMRC are making one-off payments of £500 to certain working households on tax credits.
From 1 April 2021, the minimum wage rates went up. Also, if you are aged 23 or over, you are now entitled to the highest rate – the national living wage.
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