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Electric Vehicles as Part of the Employee Benefit Package

Electric Vehicles: Why They Should be Your Next Employee Benefit Thinking about your next employee benefit? If you’re looking to retain talent, enhance your brand, and help the environment, electric vehicles (EVs) could be the answer. The UK plans to ban the manufacture of all new petrol or diesel cars by 2040, making EVs the future of transport. Under new salary sacrifice rules, you can help prepare your employees for these changes while saving [...]

February 12th, 2019|Categories: Cars, Employee Car Ownership, Salary Sacrifice|

Annual Investment Allowance

Annual Investment Allowance Increases Tax relief for investment in business assets In the 2018 budget Phillip Hammond announced the most generous Annual Investment Allowance increase ever.  January 2019 marks the point at which the new £1 million allowance limit comes into force. The Annual Investment Allowance delivers 100% tax relief in the year of purchase on the cost of a wide range of assets, including plant and machinery, LCVs, HGVs and other commercial [...]

February 4th, 2019|Categories: Asset Finance|

Digital Tax

How Does HMRC’s New Electronic Tax System Affect Your Business? With the near-ubiquitous nature of digital systems, it almost feels as if Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs is late to the party. However, the changeover to digital tax returns that the government is currently rolling out is causing waves through the business world. Many small companies not yet ready to move over to a paperless model and larger companies now have only a [...]

January 23rd, 2019|Categories: Accounting, Asset Finance|

Business Asset Finance Predictions for 2019

Business Asset Finance Predictions for an Unpredictable 2019 This year is set to be an interesting one with a good deal of uncertainty at the present time, but how will this affect the business asset finance sector? The ‘B’ word is top of the agenda, but we’ll also take a look at what else could impact performance over the next 12 months. Brexit We’re roughly 100 days away from exiting the EU and, [...]

January 17th, 2019|Categories: Asset Finance|

Computer Leasing for Small Business: Does it Work?

Computer Leasing for Small Business: Does it Work? Small business equipment leasing isn’t a new thing. Businesses have been renting machinery, vehicles and other ‘hard’ assets for many years. But what about computer leasing or other IT equipment and software leasing, some of the so-called ‘soft’ business assets? Is it possible? Is it financially sound? Read on to find out. Choices Ok, so you’re a small business owner and you’re faced with a dilemma. [...]

October 31st, 2018|Categories: IT Leasing|

5 Ways Investing in Green Energy Could Help Your Business

5 Ways Investing in Green Energy Could Help Your Business Go Green and Grow Your Business We hear a lot these days about going green, investing in green energy, green this and green that– but what does it all really mean for businesses and how can you use it to your advantage? It’s true that you probably can’t get your business energy completely from renewable sources at the moment, unless you have some method [...]

September 24th, 2018|Categories: Asset Finance, Sustainability|

Why Offer Employee Benefits?

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Employee Benefit Schemes At one time, people left education, got a job and worked their way up through that company until they reached the level they wanted. It wasn’t unusual for employees to spend their entire working lives with the same employer. This often with minimal, or maybe no specific employee benefits to speak of. Believe it or not, that wasn’t so very long ago. Now, it is extremely rare [...]

A Simplified Look At The Main IFRS 16 Changes

How does IFRS 16 affect you? What is IFRS 16? IFRS 16 (International Financial Reporting Standard) is a new standard for lease accounting which will come into force in January 2019. It will replace the existing IAS 17 lease accounting standard. It’s been put together by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). At first glance, it’s a complicated piece of accounting legislation which could potentially be a nightmare to navigate. On closer examination, however, [...]

Pros and Cons of Technology in the Classroom

Pros and Cons of Technology in the Classroom Technology in the classroom is ever increasing and yet parents and teachers are understandably cautious about the amount of screen time students are exposed to, as well as the initial and ongoing upgrade and maintenance costs. However, this technology use gives teachers the ability to easily track and assess students, less paper needs to be used and higher student engagement is gained. Looking just at these [...]

June 21st, 2018|Categories: Education|
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