As the nation digests the reality of an EU exit and with Prime Minister David Cameron handing in his resignation, we now face a period of uncertainty in both our business and our personal affairs. It is important for us to turn our attention towards how Brexit will affect key accountancy issues, including tax and help … Read more UK votes to leave EU – What next?
With effect from 6 March 2015, employers with fewer than 50 employees are required to submit their payroll information to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) via the Real Time Information (RTI) system, or face a late filing penalty. Under the RTI penalty system, businesses that fail to submit their information on time are liable to … Read more HMRC offers small concession for late RTI returns
Stamp costs are set to rise from the end of this month, Royal Mail has announced. From 30 March the cost of first class and second class stamps will both rise by 1p, to 63p and 54p respectively. A variety of other postage costs will also change. Sending a large letter will increase by 2p … Read more Stamp and postage costs set to rise this month
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has urged the next government to help medium-sized businesses to gain access to funding. Finding large investors through a private placement market, without having to list on a stock exchange, is the CBI’s recommendation to allow SMEs to grow. CBI Director-General, John Cridland, said: ‘The UK is still missing … Read more Medium sized companies key to job creation, says CBI
Lloyds Banking Group has paid its first dividend to shareholders since it was bailed out in 2008, a total of £535 million. In what Chancellor George Osborne has called a ‘major milestone’ for the British economy, the Treasury’s 23.9% stake in Lloyds will pay out £130 million. Mr Osborne said: ‘This is good news not … Read more Taxpayers benefit from Lloyds dividend
There have been sweeping changes to the Tier 1 (investor) visa offered by the Government. From November 2014, the £1 Million Investment route will be replaced by the a new 2 Million Investment route. Existing migrants with Tier 1 (Investor) statuses will not be affected by these changes. New applicants wishing to join this route … Read more Changes to Tier 1 (Investor) Visa
It’s live! Monday 1 September 2014 has finally arrived, a watershed moment for the UK theatre industry, with TTR now officially “in play”. Slowly but surely producers are starting to understand what the relief may deliver to the bottom line, and how it will operate in practice. Since our last update we have held an informal and … Read more UK Theatre Tax Relief is Live Today!
Nyman Libson Paul (NLP) are proud to announce the launch of our Travel Industry Services. NLP have been advising the Travel Industry on accounting and tax issues for a number of years, recently we have seen an opportunity to package up our services and expertise to begin to market them to an industry we believe can benefit considerably. As … Read more Nyman Libson Paul Travel Industry Services Launched!
Tuesday the 28th of January saw the Critics Circle Theatre Awards at the Prince of Wales Theatre with our Theatre Department and Partners in attendence. This was the 10th year Nyman Libson Paul have proudly sponsored the event, and shows our commitment to supporting British Theatre. The winners were as follows, with some photos of … Read more Critics Circle Theatre Awards
Chancellor George Osborne today/thurs announced that he will launch a consultation early next year on limited tax relief for commercial theatre productions and targeted tax relief for theatres investing in new works, or touring productions to regional theatres. Reacting to the news, Anthony Pins, a partner at entertainment accountants Nyman Libson Paul who specialise in … Read more Autumn Statement Reaction: Theatre