Employees benefit from a number of family-friendly rights, such as the more commonly known maternity leave and its statutory pay, and paternity leave and its statutory pay. But a few years ago, the Government introduced two additional schemes to benefit the working parent. These were shared parental leave (SPL) and statutory shared parental leave pay […]
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in May 2018, and brought with it a big change as to how businesses approach data protection regulation. For example, the GDPR places much more emphasis on self-regulation and internal accountability. One aspect of this new approach is that certain businesses and organisations are required to […]
130 apartment complexes in England have failed cladding testing since the Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017. The associated costs with the remediation work are expected to be significant, but who is responsible for paying for these works?
6th February 2019
What has changed? If you are liable to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (see details below), then until 28 February 2019 you have 30 days in which to submit your tax return and pay any tax due to HMRC. It is important to note that this timescale is soon to change …
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