Changing nature of the gig economy could have an impact on the tax of delivery drivers, according to Salhan Accountants

A number of operators within the gig economy have announced that they are changing the benefits that they offer to their contractors in light of a number of cases regarding employment status. However, Midlands-based accountancy firm, Salhan Accountants, fears that drivers may get caught out when completing and returning their tax affairs if they fail… Read more…

Spring Statement needed to deliver clarity but is overshadowed by Brexit, according to Salhan Accountants

One of the Midlands’ leading firms of accountants, Salhan Accountants, has criticised the Chancellor’s Spring Statement for failing to deliver anything meaningful to small businesses. Salhan Accountants said that few businesses expected Philip Hammond to pull any rabbits out of his hat, but that the lack of any assistance to small businesses was disappointing against… Read more…

Salhan Accountants warn taxpayers not to panic if they are subject to an investigation following the busy self-assessment period

Hundreds of businesses and individuals across the Midlands will be finalising their tax returns this month as the online self-assessment tax return deadline approaches on 31 January 2019. However, multi-award-winning accountancy firm Salhan Accountants is warning that despite their best efforts to provide accurate information many taxpayers are likely to receive notification of a tax… Read more…

Businesses must prepare now for an increase in employment-related costs next year, says Salhan Accountants

An increase in the National Living and Minimum Wage and rising workplace pension contributions could create the perfect storm for small businesses next April, according to multi-award-winning Midlands accountancy firm Salhan Accountants. The firms, which has offices in central Birmingham, Droitwich and London, is encouraging small businesses owners to prepare themselves for the changes ahead,… Read more…