In this update, we focus on employee engagement best practice techniques. We also look at a recent social media bullying and harassment case study.
Posts Tagged: Active Practice Update
We take a look at what to do, and what to avoid, when starting-up a new business.
We take a look at developments with VAT since our last Active Practice Update on this topic.
This guide focuses on company car tax rules and how tax legislation is being used to encourage businesses to acquire more environmentally-friendly vehicles.
This guide looks at some important considerations when planning for income in retirement.
In this update, we focus on managing an employee’s return to work after a stress-related absence.
We take a look at developments in Pay As You Earn.
The start of the New Year is as good a time as any to review your business’s HR policies. In most cases, laying the ground rules on employee attendance now could avoid difficult situations further down the line.
Many people spend time thinking about what retirement might look like inancially and this is particularly important now, especially given the uncertain state of the markets, the economy and interest rates.
For many, 2012 has been a tough year with the adverse weather affecting some businesses while the summer games have had differing effects on business. With the Government struggling to balance the public expenditure against tax revenues there is always the prospect of further stealth taxes around the corner. So, this is a good time… Read more »
No one wishes to pay more tax than is necessary and good tax planning is an essential component in personal inancial planning. Everyone’s situation is different, and tax rates, allowances and legislation change every year. Without personal tax planning, you may pay more than is necessary. Here are some of the key personal tax issues… Read more »
If you buy an asset to use in your business that has a life of more than two years, you may not be able to deduct the whole cost from that year’s profits. Instead you may get tax relief over several years as capital allowances.