Summary of the Spring Statement 2018

Summary of the Spring Statement 2018
Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his first spring statement on Tuesday 13 March 2018. This is a summary of the key points and changes announced for 2018/19. The main message of this spring statement was to give people and businesses certainty and stability to plan for the future.
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Could you be entitled to tax free childcare?

Could you be entitled to tax free childcare?
From the 14th of February 2018, the government have introduced a new way to help busy parents with the costs of childcare.

The government have now increased the age limit for tax-free childcare from 4 to 15 years old, so more families  can be entitled to receive support. If you’re a working parent with a child or children aged between 0-15 (16 if disabled) then you could be eligible.
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New regulations for Landlords within Nottingham.

New regulations for Landlords within Nottingham.
Nottingham City Council have recently announced the confirmation of the ‘Selective licencing’ scheme that was originally proposed during June 2017. This scheme makes it compulsory for Landlords pay for a licence that demonstrates that each and every one of their properties meets all of the health and safety requirements set by the Nottingham City Council.
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New penalties on tax returns

New penalties on tax returns
The HMRC have announced that they have changed the way in which they calculate the fine given to someone or their business for making a (deliberate or non-deliberate) error on their tax return. These changes came into effect during December 2017.
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Key points from Autumn Budget 2017

Key points from Autumn Budget 2017
On 22 November 2017, the Chancellor Philip Hammond presented the Autumn Budget to Parliament. We have summarised below some key points which will impact your business.
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