Read the May 2019 NLP Newsletters

The latest NLP newsletters have been published this week. You can download the NLP Personal Tax Newsletter here and the NLP Business Newsletter here. To receive to our newsletters and get them directly into your inbox please subscribe here.

Business and Tax Round-up

Chancellor brings forward apprenticeships reforms in Spring Statement Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered the 2019 Spring Statement on Wednesday 13 March and brought forward the £700 million reforms for business apprenticeships previously announced in the 2018 Autumn Budget. Mr Hammond also announced that the halving of the Apprenticeship Levy co-investment rate from 10% to 5% takes … Read more Business and Tax Round-up

NLP Sponsors Critics’ Circle Awards for 15th Year

The Critics’ Circle Awards 2018 took place on Tuesday 29 January 2019. It was the 15th year that Nyman Libson Paul have sponsored the event, proudly supporting the best of British theatre. The big winner this year was Inheritance – Matthew Lopez’s brilliant two-part transposition of Howard’s End to 21st century gay New York. It … Read more NLP Sponsors Critics’ Circle Awards for 15th Year

The 2019 Spring Statement: how will the changes affect you?

Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered this year’s Spring Statement during what is an uncertain time for the economy and businesses. Our summary provides an overview of the latest measures and includes updated forecasts for the UK economy and public finances, as published by the Office for Budget Responsibility. The Chancellor pledged to bring forward the £700 … Read more The 2019 Spring Statement: how will the changes affect you?

Business and Tax Round-up

Government urged to take ‘tough action’ on late payments A report published by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee recently highlighted how ‘bad payment practices’ have led to the ‘failure’ of many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The government’s Prompt Payment Code, which was created to address poor payment practices, has ‘too often’ … Read more Business and Tax Round-up