As a limited company director, you may want to purchase gifts for clients, suppliers, staff and even for yourself. This article considers the different tax rules that apply to the various types of entertainment expenses a limited company can legitimately pay for.
It’s common practice for a spouse to be added as a shareholder in a limited company particularly where there can be tax efficiencies gained. Whilst the process of adding a new shareholder to a company is straightforward, it’s not right for every married couple and there are a number of important areas to consider before […]
The latest Supreme Court judgement could open the floodgates for claims of unlawful deduction of wages for underpaid holiday pay for part-year workers on casual hours, zero hours and irregular work patterns.
The Spring Statement 2022 was relatively quiet for contractors and self-employed workers. In this post, we look at the key areas that contractors need to know about.
Every March, it’s a good idea to check you’ve made the most of opportunities to be tax efficient before the end of the tax year. Here are 3 things to do before 5th April.
You won’t find a faster or more accurate switching service, thanks to our clever tech, and clever accountants.
James Poyser, shares advice and actions affected contractors can take to protect themselves and their business following a cyber attack.
Together with Rebecca Seeley Harris we have submitted detailed evidence and recommendations to the Treasury’s consultation “Call for evidence: umbrella company market”.
Though it’s been an undeniably tough year, we’re starting to see positive signs that we’re coming out the other side of IR35, and the new shape of the contracting market is appearing.
We’re welcoming record numbers of clients leaving umbrella companies, and joining inniAccounts. We can now offer umbrella payslip auditing, for free.