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Going Solar…

May 19, 2024
With the rising energy prices in 2022 we decided to look at fitting solar panels to our home, it’s fair to say we’ve learnt a lot along the way both in terms of planning the system, using it and things you’re often not told or explained; I’ll try and break down our e...
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Let's talk tax!It’s that time of year again, you’ve had that email from HMRC asking you to complete a tax return this year.Tax time can be a bit of a headache, right? But hey, understanding and getting through it is super important. So, grab a cuppa, and let's dive into ...
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When is 80% not 80%?

February 23, 2021
The answer is simple – furlough pay, but the reason is definitely not simple! We’ve been running payroll services for years now, but the last 10 months really have been the most testing period ever. 20 years ago running an employer payroll was difficult, it was generally...
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The New Normal

May 27, 2020
April is usually a busy month but this year it was just crazy, a day doesn’t go by without some mention of Covid-19 and new phrases such as social distancing are now normal. We really didn’t know what to expect at the end of March when the lockdown came in, many clients ...
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We've provided this information from the Association of British Insurers to assist in the understanding of business insurance cover during this difficult period, however in all cases you speak to your broker or insurer to clarify the terms of your business insurance policy.B...
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We’ve received a few enquiries over the weekend regard sick pay and some general accounting queries related to the current Covid.19 Virus issues, obviously this is a changing situation but as at 9am on 9th March 2020 the answers are correct. What are the Statutory Sick Pay...
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You may have heard that the Government has announced that as a result of the current Covid.19 virus situation, employees that are entitled to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) will be paid from day 1 rather than day 4 of their absence. The general current rules are the employee must...
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Statement of main terms

As part of the provisions of the Governments Good Work Plan, SMTs will become a day one right for both employees and workers from 6 April 2020. Previously, employers have had two months in which to provide this to their employees, meaning that they will need to have the docu...
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The government has confirmed that the new rate will start on 1 April 2020 and will result in an increase of £930 annually for the 2.8 million full-time workers on the National Living Wage (NLW) which will rise for those over 25  from £8.21 to £8.72 per hour. Younger ...
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Banking on your business

October 5, 2019
Whether you’re starting a new business or it’s already up and running there is one thing that is guaranteed, you will need a bank account. But where exactly do you start and what should you consider? Before you even click that mouse on your search bar stop and consider w...
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