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Dunhams Covid-19 Annual Leave Update

Dunhams Covid-19 Annual Leave Update

Coronavirus: relaxation of the statutory annual leave rules HOLIDAYS Regulations have taken effect which amend the Working Time Regulations 1998 to relax the current restriction on carrying forward untaken annual leave. What’s been amended and why? Under the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR), workers have a statutory right to 5.6 weeks’ paid annual leave. The ... Read More
 
Dunhams Covid-19 Self-Employed Update

Dunhams Covid-19 Self-Employed Update

CORONAVIRUS Covid -19 Self-Employed Update Are your self-employed clients eligible for the 80% grant CORONAVIRUS The government has confirmed that the self-employed will receive financial support if their business has been affected by coronavirus. Are your clients eligible and how can you help them? Who can get the grant? Self-employed individuals or members of a ... Read More
 
Dunhams Covid-19 Update

Dunhams Covid-19 Update

CORONAVIRUS Covid -19 General Update Wednesday, 25th March 2020 THE HOT STORY Businesses to be given an additional 3 months to file accounts   A joint initiative between the government and Companies House means that businesses will from today be able to apply for an additional 3 months to file accounts. The move is designed ... Read More
 
Making Tax Digital for 2019

Making Tax Digital for 2019

Making Tax Digital in 2019 HMRC are Starting with VAT first As part of our accounting services and ongoing support to you our clients we have written this communique to keep you informed about the Tax changes taking place this year. We have kept this explanation as simple as possible, tax can get complicated dependant ... Read More
 
Dunhams Financial Planning, Updating for GDPR

Dunhams Financial Planning, Updating for GDPR

 Dunhams Financial Planning, Updating for GDPR   As part of our commitment to adhering to the new regulations, this enhanced data protection regulation introduced earlier this year, and as part of our commitment to customer privacy, we have updated our Privacy Policy. Our Privacy Notice in co-operates all the changes requested by this new regulation. ... Read More
 
Another new low for savers

Another new low for savers

The Bank of England might continue to keep interest rates on hold – but that hasn’t stopped savers from getting an increasingly worse deal on the high street. Analysis by the BBC, in conjunction with Savings Champion and published in May, found there were more than 1,000 interest rate cuts in the past 12 months. ... Read More
 
Make your savings work harder

Make your savings work harder

A look at how you might earn an income from your savings and the funds that offer a potentially stronger return. Up until a few years ago, many people – especially those approaching retirement – assumed that they’d be able to use their savings to supplement their income. Yet with interest rates having fallen to ... Read More
 
A willing plan for your loved ones

A willing plan for your loved ones

Having a valid Will in place isn’t tempting fate – it’s simply being sensible. It’s an opportunity to make sure all of your affairs are organised, your loved ones get to retain as much of your wealth as possible, and that your wishes are carried out. The fact it can be such a difficult issue ... Read More
 
Four reasons to consider a financial review

Four reasons to consider a financial review

We take a look at some of the key ways you could improve your financial situation. There are times when it can really pay off to pause, reflect on the health of your personal finances, and consider making changes that could improve your wealth. Things in both your own life, and the wider world, can ... Read More
 
Pension freedoms spark £900 million windfall for the taxman

Pension freedoms spark £900 million windfall for the taxman

Pension freedoms for the taxman Thousands of over 55s might have experienced a huge tax shock over the past year – and it’s important other people don’t similarly trip up. Figures from the Financial Conduct Authority, for the first tax year since the pension freedoms were introduced, revealed that almost £900 million of money withdrawn ... Read More
 
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