Yesterday the government announced tax changes to fund £12 billion a year to be spent on the NHS and social care across the UK. National Insurance contributions (NICs) will increase by 1.25% for one year only for employees, employers and the self-employed from April 2022.… Read More »£12bn-a-year tax rise to pay for NHS and social care
EU Deadlines If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, you and your family can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. The Scheme closes for further applications on the 30th June 2021 (you must usually have started living in the… Read More »Access Financial: Latest Happenings at a Glance_June 2021
Contractor’s Question: I retired to France in 2020 having been an IT contractor for several years. However I am now being invited to work for a UK company remotely. I am registered for French tax but am not yet up to speed on the post Brexit situation. I’m… Read More »Can I remotely supply a UK company as a retired IT contractor in France?
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The impending Off-Payroll Rules expected to come into force on the 6th April 2020 (subsequently postponed for one year to 6th April 2021) have caused concern and fear in the contracting sector. The volume of comment on the implications has been tremendous. However, there has… Read More »IR35: Off-Payroll Changes April 2021
British businesses that export goods or services to the Continent are reportedly being encouraged by UK government trade advisers to set up separate companies inside the EU in order to get around extra charges, paperwork and taxes resulting from Brexit. Maybe time to set up a… Read More »Are EU companies reluctant to sign with UK recruitment agencies post-Brexit?
We are receiving prospects from our recruitment partners for British nationals to take positions in the EU/EEA. We have to tell these candidates that they need a work permit, assuming that they had not registered before the Transition Period ended on 31st December 2020. Unfortunately, this… Read More »Brexit News Flash – Work Permits
As a result of the Brexit, British citizens who wish to work in the Brussels Capital Region (as an employee or self-employed) after 31 December 2020 must undertake certain steps, according to one of the two following cases: A) A British citizen who has a… Read More »Brexit effects in Belgium