“Communities with Purpose” – Xerocon 2019 bringing Accountants together

“That’s a wrap for Xerocon 2019 and yet again it has not disappointed. The sense of community, passion and support show in the event is fantastic. Xerocon is not your typical accounting conference, a festival vibe and never knowing what to expect, keeps the magic for me to come back year after year” – Faye Thompson On Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th November London’s ExCel Read more…

Recent figures show the ‘crippling’ impact of the NHS pension taxation rules to surgeons

The Royal College of Surgeons has released the findings of their recently commissioned YouGov survey, completed by 1890 RSC members, highlighting the damaging impact of pension changes on the NHS. 64% of NHS consultants have been advised to work fewer hours following changes to pension taxation rules to avoid ‘crippling and unpredictable’ tax bills, whilst 69% of consultant surgeons have reduced the amount of time Read more…

Newly cohabiting parents warned over new tax charge

Newly cohabiting couples, where at least one of the partners is a parent, have been warned by a leading insurer to be aware of a new tax charge, if either earns more than £50,000 a year. NFU Mutual has said that cohabiting couples need to be aware of the High Income Child Benefit Tax Charge, which sees Child Benefit payments made to either the high Read more…