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Autumn statements. What is a car? Seed Investment and the minimum wage!

October 24, 2012

Simpkins Edwards monthly newswire designed to keep you informed of the latest business and tax issues.

Autumn Statement 2012
The government has announced that the Autumn Statement will be made by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, on Wednesday 5 December at 12.30pm.
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Check your National Insurance Number
HMRC have announced a new procedure whereby individuals can email them for written confirmation of their National Insurance number using form CA5403.
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What is a car, commercial vehicle or motor home for VAT?
HMRC have updated their guidance on the classification of vehicles.
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VAT guidance
HMRC have announced the publication of guidance covering the changes to address VAT borderline anomalies announced at Budget 2012.
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Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme guide
HMRC have issued guidance for both companies and investors on the operation of SEIS.
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National Minimum Wage Rates
New National Minimum Wage rates are in force from 1 October 2012.
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Get paid: A guide for owners and managers of small businesses
The CBI is backing a new guide which encourages good practice among suppliers and customers.
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HMRC launch tracker – Where’s my reply?
HMRC have announced the introduction of a new tracker service.
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Does your business still need an audit?
The government has announced key changes to company and LLP audit and reporting requirements.
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New proposals to streamline employment law
Vince Cable has announced measures to give employers more flexibility in managing their workforce by reducing employment law red tape.
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