Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-03-08

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Spring Budget – What It Means to You

Here’s our summary of what yesterday’s Spring Budget means to self-employed people and limited company contractors.

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Chancellor should raise tax thresholds, say accountants

Amid rumours that the Chancellor plans to cut 2% off national insurance in the Budget, accountants warn that frozen thresholds are much more damaging

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Budget 2024: what tax benefits will FHL lose?

The abolition of the furnished holiday lettings (FHL) regime will mean that individuals operating FHL businesses will lose a number of key tax benefits

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West Sussex Accountancy Firm, James Todd & Co, Expands Statutory Audit Division

Chartered Accountants, James Todd & Co, has expanded its audit division to further support UK companies requiring specialist statutory audit support and guidanceChichester, United Kingdom–(Newsfile Corp. – March 6, 2024) – James Todd & Co,…

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The Brief: Nudging climate action from disclosure to accounting

Greetings Agents of Impact!  In today’s Brief: – David Bank Featured: Policy Corner New SEC rules may be just enough to push climate action …

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