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12 Mar Get Ready for Huge Changes to Payroll

The HMRC are introducing the largest change since the second world war to the way in which employers report their payroll with the introduction of RTI (Real Time Information) starting on the 6th April 2013 "As an employer, each time you pay an employee, you already...

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12 Apr Granny Tax – The Facts

To Chancellor George Osborne it is a simplification in a complex tax system. To its critics, it is a "granny tax". But what exactly does the most controversial measure in Wednesday's Budget mean for you? The change in age-related personal allowances - the amount of income that is tax-free -...

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12 Apr Cornish MPs fight the Pasty Tax

Budget 2012: MPs promise to fight 'pasty tax' Most food and drink is zero-rated, but takeaway food sold to be eaten hot is subject to VAT at 20% The plight of the humble pasty has been raised in the House of Commons after the chancellor announced plans to...

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