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Welcome to the February 2024 issue of our newsletter.
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In all things tax, time is of the essence.
The run up to the end of the tax year on 5 April 2024 is a good time to make sure that your family and business finances are arranged in the best way possible.
The freeze of many tax rates and thresholds continues to increase the government’s tax take, but there are still many useful ways to arrange your affairs tax efficiently.
See our lead article for our 2024 Year End Tax Planning Checklist.
Budget - Wednesday 6 March
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Below is our round-up of the latest tax and business news. Please contact us if you want to talk about how these updates affect you or your business. We are here to support you!
2024 Year-End Tax Planning
Unlocking efficiency and growth: The benefits of cloud accounting
Streamlining your business: Strategies to speed up customer payments and improve cash flow
Cuts to National Insurance rates benefit January pay packets
How to recognise tax scam phone calls, emails and text messages
Guidance for small businesses using online services
No final decision yet on a digital pound
ICO targets non-compliant advertising cookies: A call to action for website owners
January 2024 Labour Market Overview highlights
Unlocking your business value: Strategies for growth
Pilot scheme to look at potential fraudulent Bounce Back Loan Scheme applications
Income Tax and selling online
Fake reviews, hidden fees and shop labelling to be tackled by new laws
New powers for Companies House in tackling economic crime
NCSC warn that AI will cause ransomware threats to rise
Cyber Essentials programme funding for UK businesses
Post Office Horizon scandal: A stark reminder to prioritise people over systems
New Economic Crime Unit to tackle financial crime in the waste sector
New initiative on asbestos by HSE
Changes to import procedures for Irish goods from 31 January
UK services exports to be helped by £500,000 government funding
06 Feb 2024
Government borrowing fell to £7.8 billion in December 2023 giving Chancellor Jeremy Hunt more scope to make the tax cuts he has hinted at in the Spring Budget.
Tax cut promises may need to be scrapped as a result of the UK being in an 'unfortunate economic and fiscal bind', the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned.
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