Navigating and understanding the compliance of umbrella companies can be daunting for contractors, but it’s essential to avoid falling into the trap of operating through a non-compliant provider. Our latest article provides valuable information about how to determine if your umbrella company is compliant.
The 2023/24 tax year ends on the 5th of April 2024 and now is the perfect time to make sure you are making the most of your pension. We’ve compiled a list of top tips to help you boost your pension savings before the end of the 2023/24 tax year.
Contractors paid weekly, fortnightly or every four weeks and whose final payday for the 2023/24 tax year falls on Thursday the 4th of April 2024 or Friday the 5th of April 2024, may be affected by the week 53 payment.
With 2024 just around the corner, we decided to collate some of the tax and pension changes coming in the new year.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, presented his Autumn Statement to The House of Commons today (Wednesday the 22nd of November 2023). Our latest article highlights the key announcements made in the Autumn Statement.
The government has recently published its much-anticipated response to the key employment law consultations conducted earlier this year. As part of the announcements, the government will reform holiday pay for irregular and part-year workers and introduce rolled-up holiday pay.
When you use an umbrella company, you’ll receive a payslip every time you are paid, outlining the deductions made to your assignment rate, including tax and National Insurance Contributions. This article provides a detailed overview of all the deductions you may see on your payslip, including what they are, why they occur and how much they are likely to be.