Norwich ‘ironman’ to take on sport’s toughest challenge, 140 mile triathlon to support air ambulance
A Norwich man is to take on one of the toughest sporting challenges there is when he embarks on an Ironman triathlon – a 3.8km swim in open water, leading into a 180km bike ride, followed by running a full marathon (42.2km) – all inside the space of 17 hours.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have announced they are reviewing the position of taxpayers who have made substantial gains during their lifetime and may have inadvertently exceeded their lifetime limit for Business Asset Disposal Relief (BADR).
The government has announced that it is withdrawing the £1,500 Plug-In Car Grant (PICG), with immediate effect (as of 14 June 2022), for new order of electric cars.
Norfolk’s Under 18s Girls county cricket team are starting a busy season of matches – after a local firm of accountants renewed their sponsorship of the team, having first started supporting the team in 2017.
The purpose of the Annual Allowance legislation is to measure pension growth above inflation, with any excess above the Annual Allowance (standard of £40,000, or lower if tapered), being taxed at your respective marginal rate of income tax.
The removal of Covid rules means that employers are now having to make their own decisions when it comes to staff absence, says Vicky Webber of Lovewell Blake. A robust policy and consistency of approach are key.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will impose a windfall tax on energy firms alongside a package to help households with the cost-of-living crisis.
There is a simplistic financial rule-of-thumb within the restaurant industry which states that the price the diner pays can be divided equally to cover three cost categories: the ingredients on the plate; staffing; and overheads - with any profit the business generates forming part of the latter.