If you have answered NO…. Aamilah Begum for MAYFLOWER SOLICITORS …there are repercussions for failing to pay the National Minimum Wage (NMW), which could result in hefty financial penalty fines, naming and shaming and in some cases prosecution!!!!! Government publishes a record number of offending employers named and shamed for underpaying […]
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Proposed Probate fees increases from May 2017 – significant and unjustified? Stephanie Tam for MAYFLOWER SOLICITORS Probate fees will change from May 2017 whereby the fees will reflect the value of the estate. Anyone with an estate worth more than £50,000 will pay considerably more. For estates worth between £50,000 and £300,000 will pay £300 […]
Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) Claims Deadline is announced: What it means for you Stephanie Tam for MAYFLOWER SOLICITORS PPI was originally designed to cover loan repayments if the policyholder fell ill or lost their job. Yet it became clear that some of the PPI policies were mis-sold to people who did not want or […]
Budget 2017: how it could affect you Stephanie Tam for MAYFLOWER SOLICITORS The recent Budget has a significant financial impact on families, businesses and individuals. The change announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond in the Budget is said to support families in their household finances. It was announced in the Budget that the rate for […]
Key changes and their implications in the Insolvency Rules 2016 Stephanie Tam for MAYFLOWER SOLICITORS The Insolvency Rules 2016 was laid before parliament and published on 25 October 2016. The rules will come into force on 6 April 2017 with an aim to consolidate, modernise and make more consistent the existing rules, namely the Insolvency […]
- Are you aware of your employer obligation to pay the National Minimum Wage?
- Proposed Probate fees increases from May 2017 – significant and unjustified?
- Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) Claims Deadline is announced: What it means for you
- Budget 2017: how it could affect you
- Key changes and their implications in the Insolvency Rules 2016