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The Spring Budget and its Relevance to Scotland

29th March 2022
Rishi Sunak’s Spring Statement last week provided some good news for taxpayers but hasn’t been as well received as his previous giveaways. The highlights are: • 5p per litre cut in fuel duty • An increase in the NIC primary threshold and lower earnings limit from £9,570 to £12,570 • Class II NI liabilities reduced...

The new Health and Social Care Levy – What you should know

14th February 2022
The government aims to raise £12billion by introducing a new 1.25% levy on both earned income and on employers’ wage bills to raise funds for the NHS and adult social care. From April 2022, the new Health and Social Care Levy (HSCL) comes into effect. It might be called a levy, but the HSCL is...
Joanne Gibson Head of Payroll

New rules for Employment Allowance

18th July 2019
The government has published draft legislation for the new restrictions which will apply to the NI Employment Allowance (EA) from April 2020. Will your business be affected, and if so, how? Head of Payroll Joanne Gibson brings you up to date. Employment Allowance Since April 2014 most employers have been entitled to a deduction from...