Under the terms of the original Job Support Scheme, businesses could be required to pay almost 60% of wage costs for just 33% of an employees worked hours. It was questioned whether this really offered… Read More
PREPARING FOR THE END OF THE TRANSITION PERIOD Many businesses who trade with the EU are no doubt watching the Brexit negotiations closely. Whether or not there is a free trade agreement, many of the… Read More
The ingenuity of criminals knows no bounds. As a result of the coronavirus outbreak the Government announced a VAT deferral for business for payments due between March and June 2020 until March 2021. We would… Read More
With the prospect of higher tax rates on capital gains is now the time to sell your business? Are there alternative ways to benefit from the current low capital gains tax rates?
The Chancellor has introduced a series of measures focused in some key areas that havebeen hard hit due to Covid-19.In what the Chancellor referred to as ‘Phase 2’ of the Government’s response, Rishi Sunakannounced a… Read More
The annual cycle for submitting Employment Related Security (ERS) Returns closes on 6 July 2020. The report, to be filed electronically with HMRC, should detail: – The acquisition by officer or employees of securities (including… Read More
This year, Take Your Dog to Work Day falls on 26 June. Over recent years I have noticed more and more employers allowing staff to bring their dogs to work on this and in some… Read More
Did you miss out on a Government Grant for Small Businesses and a grant for the Retail, Hotel and Leisure industries? If so, did you know that the Government have made further funds available and… Read More