HMRC clarifies treatment of virtual Christmas parties

Some virtual cheer has been spread by HMRC in their recent clarification that virtual parties for employees are exempt from tax where the cost does not exceed £150 per head.

Paying Employees Expenses for Working at Home

Employees may be required to work from home in order to self-isolate or if their workplace has...

Domestic reverse charge VAT for construction services - delay

The introduction of the domestic reverse charge for construction services will be delayed for a...

Furlough Scheme Extended and Further Economic Support announced

The Government announced over the weekend that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been...

COVID Support Measures Update - Job Support Scheme, SEISS Grant and Business Grants

Today’s announcement from Rishi Sunak has unveiled further support plans for businesses and the...

Can Managing Construction Industry Schemes Be Made Easier Through Cloud Accounting?

The construction industry has many legislative requirements. Calculating deductions,...

Winter Economy Support Plan

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak yesterday outlined additional government support to provide certainty...

How To Improve Your Invoice Processing Time When Cloud Accounting

Are you tired of wasting time chasing invoices? Late payments are a well-documented problem for...

How To Easily Manage Cloud Accounting Projects

Since its launch in September 2018, the Xero Projects add-on has been one of the most popular...

VAT DD reinstatement/reclaim VAT paid by DD during VAT deferral period

As we approach the end of the deferral period, businesses who did take advantage of the scheme...