Section 54 of The Modern Slavery Act 2015 requires any business in the UK with a turnover of £36million or above to prepare a slavery and human trafficking statement for each financial year commencing with periods ending from 31 March 2016 onwards. To whom does The Modern Slavery Act 2015 apply? The act applies to bodies corporate, […]

Don’t let tax add to your divorce troubles.

The Tax implications of Divorce An article published in The Telegraph at the end of last year claimed that the divorce rate is at its lowest level in 40 years. However, divorce is still something that we encounter on a regular basis and couples should be aware of the tax implications of deciding to go […]

Income tax relief for landlords.

Losing Interest in Buy to Lets? Many landlords have invested in residential property rather than pensions, seeing this as the safer way to save for retirement and being able to benefit from increasing property values. However, this may all change following the government’s announcement in the summer that tax relief for interest payments will be […]

The Cost of Milk Production

The Cost of Milk Production. Do you know your cost of getting work done? Two types of dairy farm are relatively insulated from the milk price crash – those on a retailer aligned contract and those that have very low costs of production (very few if any do both). Both groups use costs of milk production […]

Is your Payroll Service up to speed?

Save on payroll service costs and keep everyone happy A happy workforce is a productive and motivated one. Paying your staff on time,maintaining accurate and secure records, administering pensions and benefits are all key to employee satisfaction and key components of a high-quality payroll service. With the introduction of compulsory changes such as Real Time […]

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