Month: February 2021

ReceiptBank is now ‘Dext’!

ReceiptBank has rebranded and relaunched itself this week, as ‘Dext’. Whilst on the surface, the logic behind the change seems lacking, when you look beyond the immediate situation, the justification and need for an updated message is clear. What IS ReceiptBank / Dext? ReceiptBank, for many business owners is a way to get information in […]

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Stamp Duty Holiday extension?

According to The Times yesterday (24th February) Rishi Sunak is going to extend the current Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday by an additional three months. The threshold for paying stamp duty on residential properties in England and Northern Ireland is set to reduce from its temporary level of £500,000 to £125,000 on 1st April […]

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5% Late Payment Penalty waived

HMRC has announced that Self Assessment taxpayers will not be charged the usual 5% late payment penalty if they pay their tax or have a payment arrangement in place by 1st April. Whilst interest is charged on any unpaid amounts that were originally due on the 31st January, this 5% penalty is usually charged on […]

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Business Rates Review delayed

The Treasury has announced it is delaying its final report on business rates until later this year, as a result of the current uncertainty. The release date has been deferred until the Autumn, where it is hoped there is more economic certainty. A ‘fundamental review’ into the long-term future of business rates in England was announced […]

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The Roadmap to normality…

Boris Johnson yesterday outlined the Roadmap that the Government hopes to follow to release us all from Lockdown, and restore some semblance of normality. The plan is made up of several stages, each of which will be dependant on four tests. The Four Tests The vaccine deployment programme continues successfully. Evidence shows vaccines are sufficiently […]

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Cash Bonus to take on Trainees

The Government has announced that employers can now apply for a £1,000 cash bonus to help them take on new trainees. The new Traineeship Employer Incentive Scheme will support young people (aged 16-24) to gain the skills and experience they need, helping them to get a job, an apprenticeship, or to pursue further study. The […]

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