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The current coronavirus outbreak is likely to have a significant impact on businesses of all sizes, in a range of sectors. To help ensure that your business is prepared, we have compiled a short summary of the financial assistance being made available for UK businesses...

Many businesses are set to be affected by the spread of coronavirus. With a two-week self isolation period required for those who may have been exposed to the virus, as well as the need to limit unnecessary interaction between people, many companies are preparing for...

The British Government have delivered their Spring Budget for 2020. This will have a number of key implications for businesses, particularly in this time of economic uncertainty  arising from the current COVID-19 outbreak. We’ve summarised some of the key points that could affect your business...

The Scottish Government has introduced a new Brexit Support Grant, designed to help businesses prepare for Brexit. Grants ranging between £2,000 and £4,000 are available to help small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) manage the impact of Brexit. To apply for these grants, your business must be...

Are you looking to treat your employees this Christmas time? It is the most popular time of the year to say thank you to your team for all their hard work, but make sure you are fully aware of any tax implications related to staff...

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When was the last time you ensured your PAYE was fully compliant? HMRC aim to conduct a PAYE investigation every six years and can backdate any lost Tax and NIC for that time. This can result in penalties of up to 100% of the amount...

HMRC are introducing some significant changes to the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) rules relating to the sale of residential property which will come into effect from 6th April 2020. These changes will affect three main areas; Principal Private Residence relief, Lettings relief and timescales for...

HMRC are introducing a new set of VAT rules for the construction industry which will come into effect from the 1st October 2020. The new “reverse charge” will change the person responsible for paying VAT to HMRC between the contractor and sub-contractor. Changes have been brought...

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