Event Company

Planning an event for a business or a special occasion can become a full-time job, so you may decide to hire an event company to help you out! Especially in London, there are many to choose from, so you need to make sure you pick the right event company for you.

By hiring an event company you will keep the event professional, exciting and they will be able to stick to the fixed deadline and budget if you don’t have the time or skill to organize the event yourself the event company will do this for you.

Sticking to a budget is something an event company will do best, you can highlight what the budget and brief are at the start of the planning process they will then advise you if they think your budget is realistic and they should be able to suggest other ways to save money and do things more efficiently. Alternatively, they will also tell you if they think your ideas are going to cost more than you have to spend.

An event company will thrive on the buzz and frantic pace leaving you to enjoy the event and offload any stress and problems onto them, this is their job, this is what they do, and this is what you pay them for, so leave it to the event company while all you’ll have to do is dress up and show up!

Using an event company will make sure your event is remembered for all the right reasons and will be considered as an outstanding success by all that attend. Calling in the professionals, with all their years of experience will ensure you and your special guests will not be disappointed.

If you are tasked with planning a business event, such as a product launch, a conference, a trade exhibition or a charity event then an event company would definitely be your best bet.  Choosing to work with a professional event company or planner will not only save you time and money but can ensure you meet all of your key objectives.

Choosing to spend some of your budgets on an event planner will most definitely save you time and money in the long run, and will hopefully leave your guests talking about the event for years to come.

Event Table with Projector screens

Event Table with Projector screens

 

 

Self Assessment Tax Return

A self assessment tax return is the process that all self-employed workers, sole trader and company owners must complete every year to pay income tax on their earnings. This is a system controlled by HMRC to ensure all working person(s) are paying the correct amount of income tax. Financial figures including earnings and deductions must be sent to HMRC yearly. The dates that these must be completed are between April and October for the previous year’s earnings.

self assessment

Tax banding differs depending on your earnings, here is a table of figures to determine how much tax you will be required to pay:

Band                                                          Taxable Income                                             Tax Rate

Personal Allowance                          Up to £12,500                                                  0%

Basic Rate                                                £12,501 to £50,000                                    20%

Higher Rate                                            £50,001 to £150,000                                 40%

Additional Rate                                    Over £150,000                                              45%

 

It is important that all receipts and bank statements are filed correctly throughout the financial year as the tax office may ask to view these as part of the self assessment process.

For employed or salary staff tax is usually deducted automatically out of wages before they are paid to the employee therefore, a self assessment tax return is not required for this type of work.

Completing your tax return is a process that you must follow, failure to do so will result in a fine and legal action being taken against you. Tax returns may look daunting or you simply may not have the time to complete. HMRC will support you with any queries you may have regarding your tax return. Alternatively, you could hire an accountant to take care of any financial tasks you need completing.

 

 

UK Immigration Solcitors

immigration law

Immigration Solicitors roles comprise of the rules and requirements governing the rights of foreign nationals who wish to enter the UK for any reason.

It is an area of law that has grown substantially as people have become more globally mobile.

A points-based system is used called a ‘Tier System’ to manage migration for migrants who want to study or work in the UK.

Tier 1 includes general, entrepreneur, innovator and post-study workers. Tier 2 is a job offer and has four categories including general, intra-company transfers, sportspeople and ministers of religion. Tier 4 is immigration for students and tier 5 is temporary workers.

People who want to come to the UK to visit, work, study or claim asylum will be required to apply under the relevant category.

Immigration solicitors deal with all relevant legal matters that relate to immigration and nationality. Work ranges from asylum, human rights claims and applications.

Work can include defending and preventing deportation and obtaining a work visa for a specified period of time.

Different immigration lawyers will specialise in different categories, these tend to include family, business, work, study visas, deportation and removal, visit visas, appeals and challenging decisions, EEA applications and asylum/humanitarian protection. Due to the changes in EU law and human rights issues, it is a complex and detailed area of law.

If people are living illegally in the UK they can apply for leave to remain by making an application via an immigration solicitor.

The UK immigration act of 2016 includes sanctions on illegal working, prevention of illegal migrants accessing services and new measures to enforce immigration laws.

Solicitors can deal with appeals for people who have had a negative decision from the home office.  Cases can be taken to The Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights.

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