Your business has survived ‘lockdown’ and restrictions are starting to ease. But what next? The most challenging times for businesses still lay ahead. Action Coach Yiannis Yianni is keen to spread his message that “those businesses that try to carry on as they were before may, sadly, not survive” – he has a plan.Continue reading
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled his summer economic update in a bid to mitigate the impact of the Covid19 pandemic, with the aim of boosting job creation through a government ‘plan for jobs’ and encouraging consumer spendingContinue reading
In the light of current Covid19 pandemic and following the further relaxing of social distancing we wanted to highlight the precautions we are taking as a company and those we ask you take to minimise the risk to anyone coming into our offices.
Please only visit our offices if you have a pre-arranged appointment with a member of our team and only where the use of video conferencing for meetings is not practical.Continue reading
HMRC’s guidance for the CJRS is vast and somewhat confusing in parts. Usual Hours remains a headache as you can find conflicting HMRC guidance as to how the calculation works. Clarification is still needed from HMRC on “working hours” but here is a clearer picture of how to calculate variable hours employees and our practical tips to get you ready for CJRS version 2, flexible furloughingContinue reading
The Bounce Back Loan is designed to inject much needed cashflow to businesses to get the cogs of the economy moving again. If your limited company cannot bounce back, and has to close down, what happens? Well, usually bank borrowing is underpinned by a director’s personal guarantee which results in you having to repay the debt, when you’ve just lost your income. Ouch!Continue reading
CJRS has changed. CJRS now falls into two distinct parts with different rules applying. This new version of the scheme is to support the return to work while also being sufficiently flexible to adapt to business needs, as well as those of employees needing time for childcare or to look after other relatives. Here is what you need to know.Continue reading
The Covid-19 pandemic has repercussions for every business. There are a range of support
measures available to the self-employed, and this briefing sets out guidance on some of the
many questions you are likely to have and although this is uncharted territory for everyone,
there are still basic management strategies that will help minimise risk to you and your business.
Even the best-run and longest-established.businesses across the country continue to feel the adverse effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown, whilst the UK government announces measures to keep the economy buoyant during the pandemic, managing risk and cash flow in these uncertain times is critical.
We have produced a three-page factsheet providing information for you and your business on:Continue reading
If your employees are working from home at the moment, they may be saving money by not commuting or buying lunches, however, they are likely to be incurring costs, such as from increased household bills. Employers can reimburse these expenses, tax free, within prescribed guidelines. Read on to learn more.Continue reading