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Important IR35 update: be prepared for April 2020

2020-04-30T14:36:01+01:00By |

You will no doubt be aware of the proposed changes to IR35 (often referred to as the ‘off-payroll rules’) set to come into force from April 2020. Our aim here is to ensure you are aware of the support that we can offer and also the steps that you can take in order to ensure [...]

Could you benefit from the Rent a Room scheme? 

2020-04-30T15:35:45+01:00By |

Do you have a spare room in your home? Maybe your kids have grown up and have moved out? Or, you’ve moved into a new property and you find you have spare space?  Instead, of converting this space into a home gym that you’ll never use or using the room as a storage space, with [...]

Thinking about changing your company car? Why waiting until 2020 could be a good idea

2020-04-30T15:35:45+01:00By |

If you’re a contractor who is thinking of purchasing an environmentally friendly company car through your limited company, due to the car benefit changes, you may be better off waiting until 2020 to do it.   Tax on company cars Instead of using their personal car and reclaiming the mileage allowance relief, some contractors choose [...]

SG Accounting shortlisted for Best Contractor Accountant in the Contracting Awards 2019

2020-04-21T15:28:49+01:00By |

SG Accounting are delighted to be shortlisted for the inaugural Contracting Awards 2019 in the Best Contractor Accountant category. A high number of nominations were received and, after being judged by the Contracting Awards panel, SG Accounting has made the final 5. When will the winner of the Contracting Awards be announced? The winner will [...]

IR35 in the private sector: draft legislation announced

2020-04-30T14:36:02+01:00By |

Contractors’ questions on the new ‘off payroll’ working reforms are beginning to be answered, as the government announces draft legislation for the Finance Bill 2019-2020.  IR35 in the private sector, as it is commonly referred to, is due to take effect from 6th April 2020. It is important to note that this is not entirely [...]