• Winding up a company - Overview

    Winding up a company - Overview

    Disposing of a limited company usually involves a considerable amount of forethought, planning and paperwork because a number of possible exit routes exist and each company situation is different.     

  • 'More financial support' for businesses and workers announced.

    'More financial support' for businesses and workers announced

    The government today (22nd October 2020) announced it will turn the cash tap on to provide more financial support to businesses and workers.

  • Small businesses struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic should be able to apply for a quick and easy-to-access loan of up to £50,000, with no interest charged or repayments needed in the first 12 months. .

    Covid-19: Bounce back loans

    Small businesses struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic should be able to apply for a quick and easy-to-access loan of up to £50,000, with no interest charged or repayments needed in the first 12 months.     

  • Rishi Sunak's  Winter  Economy Plan.

    Rishi Sunak's Winter Economy Plan

    Rishi Sunak's Winter Economy Plan.

  • A laptop on a desk with Photoshop open.

    Do you work from home? Here’s how to get tax relief for your expenses

    An increasing number of employees work from home some or all of the time. Where they do so, they may be able to claim...
  • Winding up a business.

    Winding up a business

    The decision of how and when to cease a business is usually prompted by a combination of three main factors - market conditions, market forces, and life changes. 

  • The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has provided a lifeline to millions of employees and their employers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Bonus for retaining staff when CJRS comes to an end

    The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has provided a lifeline to millions of employees and their employers during the Covid-19 pandemic.     

  • Maintaining your NIC contributions record during Covid-19.

    Maintaining your NIC contributions record during Covid-19

    The Covid-19 pandemic has meant that many people will suffer a reduction in income in 2020/21.     

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    If you’re self-employed, paying Class 2 NICS give you access to a whole range of benefits

    Subject to certain conditions and limits, self-employed earners over the age of 16 and below state retirement age are currently entitled to pay both Class 2 and Class 4 National Insurance contributions (NICs).

  • Tax implications of Covid-19 support payments.

    Tax implications of Covid-19 support payments

    Various support payments are available to individuals and businesses to help mitigate the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Are the payments taxable and how should they be treated?

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