(Partner Content) The Autumn Budget this year will be interesting.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak continued with his campaign to support the business and jobs community on 8 July 2020, as firms engage with the disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak and the measures taken to control infection.
(Partner Content) VAT: HMRC has temporarily changed the time limit from 30 to 90 days for notifying an option to tax land and buildings during coronavirus.
The VAT rule changes for building contractors and sub-contractors that were expected to come into effect on 1 October 2020 have been delayed for a further five months until 1 March 2021.
HMRC’s guidance makes it clear that any business that makes an error in making a Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) claim must pay back any amount over-claimed.
A group of South Africans were left stranded in Germany this weekend, after their SAA repatriation flight encountered a problem with its door.
(Partner Content) On Friday afternoon, in the government’s daily news briefing, the Chancellor outlined how the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will operate moving forward to allow for employees to return to work part time.
A group of South Africans, who allegedly asked to be taken back to nations they were repatriated from, have been shut down by DIRCO Minister Naledi Pandor.
Despite managing to get hundreds of other South Africans home from Washington this weekend, SAA haS been accused of ditching some passengers.
(Partner Content) While the coronavirus has thumped the South African economy, some parts of our lives have to go on.
If this is the best suggestion the SA Embassy in Egypt could come up with, then our compatriots currently stuck in Cairo need all the help they can get.
The picture from China looks increasingly grim for South Africans – and for our continental neighbours who claim they’re being wrongly quarantined.
(Partner Content) If you’re traveling or moving to these countries it will be much less time-consuming and expensive to get your documents legally verified.
(Partner Content) Aside from the obvious things like your ID, hand sanitiser and some in-flight entertainment of course, these are essential travel items.
(Partner Content) The businesses are being asked to help South African SMMEs survive the economic effects of the recent pandemic.
A large number of South Africans have been cut-off abroad, as their attempts to return home before lockdown fell flat last week. But help is at hand.
(Partner Content) There are tax implications that you will need to consider if you previously left the UK to live abroad and are now returning to live and work in the UK or are considering such a move.
(Partner content) Joseph Shabalala, founder of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, passed away earlier this month.
(Partner content) In tandem with the list for importing goods, HMRC has published a useful list to help businesses be prepared to export goods from the UK to the EU after the 31 January 2020 Brexit date.
(Partner content) HMRC has published a useful list to help businesses be prepared to import goods from the EU to the UK after the 31 January 2020 Brexit date.
(Partner content) For South Africans marrying foreigners, it’s not all plain sailing – pay attention to the process you need to follow.
(Partner content) Couldn’t get a ticket for Twickers for this year’s Six Nations? No worries, we’ve got the next best thing in South West London.
(Partner content) The annual allowance for tax relief on pensions is currently set at £40,000.
(Partner content) Make a note of the important UK tax dates.
(Partner content) Bear this in mind as we approach the end of the tax year.