FAQ

From April 2016 workers aged 25 and over will be legally entitled to a new minimum pay rate of £7.20 per hour.
The national minimum wage still applies to workers under the age of 25 .

From April 2016 the employment allowance is increasing to £3,000 per annum, however this is no longer available to companies with a single director and no other employees on the payroll.

From 6th April 2017, there will be gradual introduction on the restriction of relief for finance costs on residential properties to the basic rate of income tax.

These new rules...

From April 2016 the Dividend Tax Credit will be replaced by a new tax-free Dividend Allowance.

This means that you will not pay any tax on the first £5,000 of your dividend income,...

The RNRB otherwise known as the residential nil rate band comes into effect from the 6th April 2017. It will be relevant to homes with a maximum value of £1 million but not until 2021. It is being...

Auto enrolment, otherwise known as work place pensions effectively applies to any business with ‘employees’ or ‘workers’.  In very basic terms if you have at least one employee then auto enrolment...