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Maternity Pay For Dentists
12th June 2019

Statutory maternity pay for Dentists Typically, employees are able to claim statutory maternity pay, maternity leave and time off work for…

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Important Updates For Employers & Employee’s – April 2019/2020
9th April 2019

There are several payroll updates we must share with you this month, most notably: Directors Salary Increases If you’re a Director…

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Are you aware that the National Minimum & Living Wage will increase on 1st April 2019?
25th March 2019

National Minimum & Living Wage rates will increase on 1st April and employers need to make sure the new rates are…

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I worked some of the tax year under employed status and the rest as self-employed. What do I do?
26th April 2018

You or your accountant will need to declare your employment income on your tax return for that year. Tax deducted when…

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Pension contribution increases from April 2018
13th March 2018

Your pension provider should have already been in touch with you about the increases due from April 2018 but we thought…

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Top 10 Xero apps
8th March 2018

Xero Cloud-based Accounting has over 600 connections with other time-saving apps and software aiming to automate your workflow, here’s our top…

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The Apprenticeship Levy
16th January 2017

WHAT IS THE APPRENTICESHIP LEVY? Apprenticeships offer a valuable alternative to purely academic routes of study. Their flexibility is a particular…

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Expenses & Benefits
17th November 2016

With all the different types of costs involved in running a business, it can be hard to determine if the costs…

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Why your in-house payroll could cost a lot more than you think?
10th October 2016

Doing your own payroll might seem like smart business sense on the surface, but it quickly gets complicated with the different…

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What you need to know: national minimum wage increases 1 October 2016
29th September 2016

National minimum wage (NMW) rates will increase on 1st October by between 3% and 4.7% for workers under the age of…

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