Three years ago, we created a free to download World Cup wallchart. We won’t go as far as to say that it went viral, but we were astonished to observe it being downloaded tens of thousands of times! Therefore, with Euro 2020 kicking off in under a month, we thought it would be a good idea to create a Euro 2020 wallchart for those who visit the Churchill Knight blog. Keep reading to get your free Euro 2020 wallchart now.
As a director of a limited company, you have the option to decide how and when you extract funds from your company. There are a few different options available, and the route you choose will entirely depend upon your income and circumstances. However, most directors draw money out of their company in salary, dividends or a mixture of the two. We’ve put together a short article to help you discover which option may be beneficial for you.
HMRC has been aware of mini umbrella companies (MUC) for years, but sadly, they’ve made the headlines again recently. Interestingly, rather than targeting temporary workers, the criminals behind mini umbrella companies are targeting recruitment agencies. Keep reading, and we’ll summarise what’s going on.
Having undergone a thorough compliance review, both Churchill Knight & Associates Ltd and Churchill Knight Umbrella have successfully proven they remain fully compliant with UK tax law and associated regulations. As a result, both companies retain their FCSA membership for another year. Keep reading to find out more about the FCSA, and why passing the annual compliance review is something we’re celebrating.
The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations 2003, or more commonly referred to as the Conduct Regulations, were introduced to provide a minimum set of standards that must be adhered to when placing a work-seeker into a role in the UK.
An investigation into mini umbrella companies conducted by BBC Radio 4’s File on 4 found that over 40,000 workers from the Philippines have been sourced to front UK-based umbrella companies to promote tax avoidance. This article looks into mini umbrella companies and explains how they’ve contributed towards millions of lost tax.
Both Churchill Knight & Associates Ltd and Churchill Knight Umbrella have successfully passed their annual FCSA compliance review. Having undergone a thorough review from independent professionals, both companies have been able to prove they operate compliantly and in accordance with the FCSA’s strict Codes of Compliance.
To help contractors and freelancers who may require the services of an umbrella company, the government has released some official online guidance called ‘Working through an umbrella company’. Available on the official government website, the concise information is designed to help temporary workers understand how umbrella companies work and what they should expect to retain as their net salary. We’ve summarised the legislation below, and we hope you find it helpful.