Read more about the latest announcements from the Chancellor.
Senior Manager Rich Grover, talks through the exit planning approach and everything you need to consider to maximise and protect business value.
What will you need to consider if you are preparing financial statements in the next 12 months?
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Friday 25 September 2020
If you are an SME in need of support and business advice to help you get you back on track, then you may have heard about the SME Grant, a new Government funding scheme set to help businesses recover from the pandemic, due to go live Monday 28 September at 10am.
Thursday 24 September 2020
Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer, unveiled the Government’s plan to protect jobs and support businesses today, in light of the Government’s recently announced restrictions introduced to protect the country from a significant increase in COVID-19 cases.
Rishi Sunak unveiled today the Government’s plan to protect jobs and support practices in light of the Government’s recently announced restrictions introduced to protect the country from a significant increase in COVID-19 cases.
Rishi Sunak unveiled today the Government’s plan to protect jobs and support businesses in light of the Government’s recently announced restrictions introduced to protect the country from a significant increase in COVID-19 cases.
Thursday 17 September 2020
The LaingBuisson Awards, now in its 15th year, celebrate businesses that set new standards of excellence within their industries and the Health and Care sector.
The SRA has issued new guidance on Taking money for your firm’s costs. Most of it is nothing new, but the final section on reimbursing yourselves for money already spent will be warmly welcomed by many firms, and should mean that fewer disbursement-only invoices will be required.
The self-employed, for example, partners in partnerships or sole traders of unincorporated businesses, can make claims for costs that they incur, which can reduce their taxable profits.
With so many people now settled into working from home and this becoming part of normal life going forward for many businesses, it is worth thinking about how practices can help their employees with the running costs of a home office to support them without incurring any unnecessary benefits in kind.
Wednesday 16 September 2020
The latest edition of Landed Estates is now available where we discuss family disputes, the documents that can be put in place to record the family intentions and to help prevent lengthy arguments if things do go wrong.
Tuesday 15 September 2020
Despite the constant change around us, many organisations are trying to look forward. They are planning how to adapt for the mid- to long-term requirements of a dynamic marketplace, with an expectation that the agility embraced in the height of lockdown will need to remain.
As we start to transition from the lockdown period to physically returning to the workplace, it is a good time to reflect on the lessons learned and to plan for the future.
During recent years and up until the start of 2020, agile and flexible working have been the buzz words that employers used to attract employees and there has been increasing pressure to facilitate this to enhance job satisfaction for employees.
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