The Together for Our Planet campaign is asking UK businesses to visit the UK Business Climate Hub. Commit to achieving net zero ahead of the United Nations Climate Change conference (COP26) in Glasgow in November. The Together for Our Planet digital toolkit contains resources that you can use on your journey towards net zero. UK […]

Everyone was delighted to hear the news that Jones Harris is finalists for Red Rose Awards 2021. Jones Harris is Finalists for Red Rose Awards 2021 As finalists, we’ve already taken part in an online interview masterclass. The next step is an interview, which is coming up soon. The Awards takes place on Thursday, 25 […]

1 September 2021 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 30 November 2020. 19 September 2021 – PAYE and NIC deductions due for month ended 5 September 2021. (If you pay your tax electronically the due date is 22 September 2021) 19 September 2021 – Filing deadline for the CIS300 monthly […]

If you don’t pay your tax bill on time and cannot make an alternative arrangement to pay, HMRC can take ‘enforcement action’ to recover any tax you owe. You can usually avoid enforcement action by contacting HMRC as soon as you know you have missed a tax payment or cannot pay on time. They may agree […]

Almost three million people have moved off the furlough scheme since March as the economy began to bounce back and businesses reopened, according to new statistics. This is unsurprising as employers are now expected to cover 20% of any hours not worked with government providing 60%. It will be sobering to see how the final […]

In a recent news story published on the GOV.UK website, HMRC confirmed that nearly 1.8 million married couples and those in civil partnerships are claiming the Marriage Allowance to save up to £252 a year in Income Tax. The allowance enables married couples or those in civil partnerships to share their personal tax allowances if […]

As most drivers of a company car will be aware, if you have any private use of the vehicle this will result in a significant Income Tax charge. The benefit charge is the way that HMRC levy tax on this benefit in kind; and the higher the CO2 footprint of your company car, the higher […]

Arts Council England is helping to distribute the £1.57 billion government fund, supporting cultural organisations through the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Your cultural organisation may be eligible for emergency resource support. This new fund is for organisations at imminent risk of failure and is designed to support them until the end of the year. […]

Tourism, hospitality and retail are immensely important industry sectors. Not just here on the Fylde Coast but all over the UK. So it’s important to train your staff in excel in customer service. Blackpool and the Fylde College offer Worldhost Principles of Customer Service – Level 2. Find out when the next course takes place […]