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How will Rachel Reeves change UK taxation?

At some point between now and the end of 2024, Rachel Reeves will step up to the despatch box and deliver her first Autumn Statement. As tax changes announced will likely have the Office for Budget Responsibility oversight, changes announced will form the basis of the 2025 Finance Bill. And some of her commentary will…
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Government is using AI

The Government Actuaries Department has declared it is using artificial intelligence to help government departments process consultation responses. In a recent news story, they said: “We are using artificial intelligence (AI) to help clients in government departments process responses to consultations. “This development helps public sector clients analyse responses which are submitted by people in…
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Remember to pay your Class 1A NIC

Class 1A NICs for 2023-24 are payable if you have provided employees with taxable benefits for that year. You are also required to pay them on payments of more than £30,000 that you make to employees when their employment ends, for example, if they are paid termination or redundancy payments. When to pay When you…
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Beware business rates appeals deadlines

The Valuation Office Agency (VOA) has issued the following warning to business rate payers who may have been approached by agencies with false claims about upcoming deadlines to appeal the 2023 rating lists. According to the VOA these claims are not true, and you should be wary of anyone making these claims. You are generally…
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