We are really excited to announce the launch of our new responsive mobile friendly website. Take a look around and give us your feedback. If you are one of our clients and would like to have your logo and a link to your website on our client page then please let us know.
We would like to say a huge Thank You to our friends at Nettl incorporating Pixel Design who have helped us design and build an intuitive and user friendly website. We could not recommend them enough!
This coming tax year the National Insurance threshold is remaining at £8,112 (£156 per week) before employee or employer NIC is deducted. But the employment allowance is going up to £3,000 covering employer’s NIC to that level. You can claim Employment Allowance as a company if you are paying class 1 national insurance. However from April 2016 if you don’t have any employee’s on the payroll, i.e. the Director is the only employee, you are no longer entitled to Employment Allowance, as announced in last week’s Budget.
The Chancellor’s budget announcement that Employment Allowance is increasing to £3,000 for the new tax year comes with a sting in the tail for companies whose sole employee is a director. From the start of the new tax year 6th April 2016 these companies will no longer be eligible to claim Employment Allowance.