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Summer Budget 2015 – Key Points

The recently released budget is the first wholly Conservative budget in 20 years. It’s not surprising that a number of long-standing tax rates and provisions have been shaken up. There are a number of expected and welcome changes, as follows:- A new National Living Wage will become compulsory from April 2016. Workers aged 25 and …

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HMRC Processing Delays

HMRC have advised us today that they are experiencing an unprecedented delay in their handling times. The delay is caused by a high volume of tax refund claims following the end of the tax year in April. Due to the enormous amount of mail received on a daily basis, we regret that HMRC will not …

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NMC fees rise: are you claiming tax relief?

The annual registration fee for the Nursing and Midwifery Council increases to £120 this month. In a statement the NMC described the decision as a ‘difficult’ one, adding that it recognised the pressures faced by nurses and midwives, and had listened ‘carefully’ to all the issues raised by the consultation. But it stressed that its …

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