News & Events - May 2013
Audit and accounts
If you think of your annual audit and accounts as unavoidable chores that do little for your business, think again. At ags, we use these processes as a springboard to bring you real benefits.
Funding for Lending given new boost
Business leaders have given a cautious welcome to the governments’ plan to extend the Funding for Lending scheme.
Tax campaign targets sales of second homes
Tax investigators are to target people who have sold properties that are not their main homes and have not informed HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) about any profit made.
‘Too good to be true’ pension release claims targeted
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has issued a new warning on the risks involved in the early accessing or unlocking of a pension.
RTI triggers national insurance number guidance
Following the introduction of Real Time Information (RTI) reporting for PAYE, employers have been given new guidance on verifying or obtaining national insurance numbers.
Late filing penalties start adding up
More penalties are on the way in May for taxpayers who have failed to submit their 2011-12 tax return online.
New NMW rates confirmed
The government has announced the new National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates that will take effect on 1 October.
New help to boost SME cyber security
Small businesses have been offered new support to help protect against cyber attacks.