Stronger together: Supporting you through COVID-19. To help businesses and individuals stay well-informed, we will be collating and analysing the most up-to-date and relevant information.
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Tuesday 31 March 2020
In a further addition to the announcements being made in light of COVID-19 and its impact on businesses, HMRC has now confirmed that it is delaying the deadline for all making tax digital (MTD) businesses to put in place digital links between all parts of their functional compatible software.
Monday 30 March 2020
The Government’s Business Secretary, Alok Sharma, has announced a commitment to change insolvency laws so that if a business is unable to meet its debts, due to the impact of coronavirus, then they cannot be forced into an insolvency procedure, for example, liquidation or bankruptcy
Friday 27 March 2020
All UK employers with a UK bank account are eligible for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which will pay (up to a cap) employee wages who may have needed to be or are needed to be laid off due to financial pressures within the business. HMRC will cover 80% of the worker’s wage cost, up to £2,500 per month.
The agricultural sector has a vast number of self-employed partnerships, workers and contractors. A number of businesses will be able to continue working through the COVID-19 restrictions, but some will be hit hard. Yesterday the Government announced some welcome support to these effected workers.
Following the announcement of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, the Government has now released much anticipated information about how the scheme will work
The Chancellor’s announcement on Thursday 26 March that help for the self-employed will be available was welcome; however, the £50,000 cap on trading profits means that many dentists will be excluded from these measures.
The Government had been subject to some criticism that there has been little in the way of measures to help support the self-employed. However, on 26 March the Chancellor announced a grant scheme for the self-employed similar to that for employees but with some additional caveats
Thursday 26 March 2020
Business cash flow is a concern for many in the current COVID-19 situation, but many people should also be considering what can be done to address their personal finances to ease financial pressures in the coming months.
Our latest edition of Talking Tax is now available with a spotlight on Budget 2020.
The Government has clarified its guidance in relation to the deferral of upcoming income tax payments.
Our latest edition of Tax Facts is now available.
Wednesday 25 March 2020
To avoid redundancies and layoffs the government has introduced a coronavirus job retention scheme. Businesses are able to agree with employees that they will take ‘furlough leave’ and be paid not to work until such time as their role becomes viable again.
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