The National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) are the legal minimum wage rates that must be paid to employees. Employers are liable to be penalised for not complying with the NMW and NLW rules. HMRC are the agency that ensures enforcement of the NMW and NLW.
This factsheet sets out the rules which deal with the taxation in the UK of income arising outside the UK, for non UK domiciled individuals.
An individual who is resident in the UK but is not domiciled (referred to as ‘non-dom’) may opt to be taxed on what is termed the ‘remittance basis’ in respect of income and capital gains arising outside the UK.
Many employers offer their staff an opportunity to save for their retirement through an occupational (or company) pension scheme.
Those employees who join the scheme need to have confidence that the scheme is being well run.
Whether we are producing your accounts or carrying out your annual audit, being prepared for us will ensure our work is carried out smoothly and efficiently and with the minimum disruption to yourselves.
You may also be able to help by preparing some of the routine schedules for us.
In recent years, the stock market has had its ups and downs. Add to this the serious loss of public confidence in pension funds as a means of saving for the future and it is not surprising that investors have looked elsewhere.
Investment in property has been and continues to be a popular form of investment for many people. It is seen as a route by which:
- relatively secure capital gains can be made on eventual sale
- income returns can be generated throughout the period of ownership
- mortgage finance is covered in repayment terms by the security of the eventual sale of the property and in interest terms by the rental income.
Who needs finance?
Every business from its commencement and through its development and growth will need finance.
But what type of finance is best suited to the development of your business, and who should you approach for funding?
We provide guidance below on types of finance available and outline the planning required before approaching any lending institution.
In order to avoid the danger of discriminating in some way, particularly unconsciously, employers must take care to develop and use recruitment procedures which will avoid the risk. Using sensible procedures will also inevitably improve recruitment decisions and the quality of the people taken on.
Most claims for discrimination in recruitment have no maximum limit.
Can your business afford compensation of perhaps £20,000 because you made a simple mistake?
How do you make sure you don’t break the law?
We set out below the main principles involved in the recruitment of employees.
There have been many changes to employment law and regulations in the last few years. A key area is the freedom or lack of freedom to make an individual redundant.
An employee’s employment can be terminated at any time but unless the redundancy is fair an Employment Tribunal may find the employer guilty of unfair dismissal.