Small Business Accountancy Blog From RIFT Accounting in Kent

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  • Self-Employed National Insurance System to Continue

    Class 2 NI Abolition Withdrawn

    The government withdraws its proposed abolition of Class 2 National Insurance contributions.

  • Changes to tax relief on residential lettings

    Changes to tax relief on residential lettings

    In April 2017, the law changed with regards to tax relief for residential property finance costs, so what does this mean?

  • Surviving 2018's FIFA Fever

    Surviving FIFA Fever

    The World Cup is on. Here's what it means for your business.

  • Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) Monthly Return for Construction

    Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) Monthly Return for Construction

    Before a new Sub-contractor starts working with you, you need to check with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) that your subcontractors are registered with CIS, and they will need to be ‘verified’

  • Right to Work in the UK

    Right to Work in the UK

    If you're putting people to work in your business, you've got a whole range of obligations to meet. One thing in particular that might trip you up, though, is checking whether they're even allowed to work here in the first place. As an employer, it's up to you to make sure every person on your books is either a UK citizen or has permission to hold a job here.

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