Businesses have been given an extra year to apply new product safety markings for most products placed on the market in England, Scotland and Wales, it has been announced. The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking regime will replace the product safety labelling system previously used while a member of the European Union. Here’s what you […]
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has clarified its guidance for members of partnerships claiming the fifth Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grant. The changes follows the introduction of the new ‘turnover test’, requiring claimants to compare the revenue of two tax years. What is the ‘turnover test’? The level of grant you receive may […]
By Ben Chernoff, Partner at Davis Grant The past year has seen the formation of many new tech firms in the UK – with the nation now a leader in Europe in several fields.
By Ben Chernoff, Partner at Davis Grant The UK has been buoyed by news from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) that Job vacancies have hit a record high as the economy begins to rebuild and recover.
New legislation will protect the welfare of farm animals being transported across England and Wales, the Government has announced. EU directives had previously prevented any changes to animal welfare rules, but now that the UK has left the single market, the UK Government is free to improve standards and regulations. Here’s what we know about […]
By Neil Driver, Partner at Davis Grant The last few years have been challenging for many landlords and investors given the legislative and economic difficulties that have emerged in the last decade.
Tax-relief schemes may help start-ups and established businesses attract outside investment when traditional investment is not viable, a major regulator has said. The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) said initiatives, such as the seed enterprise investment scheme (SEIS) and the enterprise investment scheme (EIS), may help even the smallest of firms […]
Due to the ongoing staff shortages caused by the pandemic, UK restaurants have had to increase employee wages to entice chefs and waiters – which could mean higher prices for customers.
Digital marketplaces will be required to report the income of sellers from as early as 2023, it has been announced.