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All businesses whether they are a small business (owner-managed) with a handful of employees or a larger business employing several employees require to understand the tax laws relevant to employment to ensure that their businesses remain compliant with these laws.
The H M Revenue & Customs (HMRC) carry out regular compliance audits on all businesses to ensure that they are collecting the right amount of tax and the businesses remain compliant with their filing obligations.
There are strict deadlines within which the filings and payments have to be carried out to ensure that a business meets its obligations.
Administering a business’ payroll can be very cumbersome, time consuming and keeping on top of all the tax laws and regulations related to administring the payroll can be very daunting. Added to this is the real threat to all businesses that the HMRC can levy very punitive financial penalties where the businesses do not keep on top of their obligations.
We can assist to relieve you of this cumbersome but essential process of administering payroll, allowing you to get on with what you do best - running your business. Our comprehensive service in this area means that not only you are alleviated of this cumbersome work but also ensure that your business complies with the relevant legislation and obligations.
We can provide the following services in this area:
The estimated tax gap for the 2020/21 tax year is 5.1% - the second lowest recorded percentage - and is unchanged from the previous year, according to the latest data from HMRC.
The UK government has announced plans to strengthen rules on 'buy now pay later' services, improving protection for users of the short-term credit.
UK inflation has risen to 9.1% in May from 9% in April as the cost-of-living crisis continues, according to the latest data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).