Ordinarily, at this time of year we would be sending you our Strength in Numbers communication to make sure you’re ready for any financial changes or opportunities for the year ahead. However, we enter 2020 with a similar degree of uncertainty that we faced in 2019; with the Brexit withdrawal agreement yet to be finalised and lots of issues up in the air until the delayed Chancellor’s Budget in March.
Pending those announcements, we’ve captured some words of wisdom and opinion of key individuals from our service and sector lines to take you into the year ahead.
We’ll be back in touch with more detailed commentary in the Spring once the announcements have been made.
If you would like to discuss any of the items in this newsletter or need advice on general financial, taxation and business matters, please get in touch with the relevant contact below, or your normal Mitchell Charlesworth advisor.
A new section has been created in the Employment Rights Regulations 2018 which means calculating average holiday pay changes from the existing
From 1 April 2020, the government is increasing both the National Minimum and National Living Wage rates. The national living