Carmel originally joined PayStream back in 2014 as a Compliance Assistant and in the years since then she has worked her way up the PayStream ranks, now working as our Regulatory Compliance Manager. We wanted to learn a little bit more about Carmel and her journey at PayStream.
As we draw to the end of another tax year it’s a good idea to consider the upcoming changes the next tax year will bring. Sometimes the changes a new year brings can be small but even if they appear so, there are times they can impact individual’s income in a larger way.
A new tax year brings changes, sometimes these changes are small but other times they can impact individual’s income in a larger way. In addition to the usual changes we have also found ourselves in an unprecedented situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the financial impact of which will last for many decades...
For Personal Service Company directors in the contracting industry, and indeed small businesses in general, the countdown to Christmas each year brings with it some tedious but essential tasks before the festive season can be enjoyed.
When you die, the assets that you leave behind are known as your estate – things like your possessions, savings and investments, and property. If your estate is valued above a certain threshold, IHT may be charged on it. The normal rate of inheritance tax is 40% in 2020. Have you planned for the current tax year?
The start of the new tax year on 6 April 2020 has passed virtually unnoticed against the backdrop of current events. A further Budget is scheduled for November this year at which the Chancellor is likely to outline his plans to recoup the enormous cost to the country of the financial measures introduced to combat the effects of the COVID-19 virus. Have you considered your tax plan for the upcoming year?