COVID business rates relief explainedPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on March 31, 2021
The government has announced a further £1.5 billion in COVID business rates relief. But which sectors are eligible, and how can you apply?
The Budget & SMEs pt 3: Restart Grants & Recovery Loan SchemePosted by Ben Locker on March 17, 2021
We round off our series of posts about the 2021 Budget with details of Restart Grants for England and the Recovery Loan Scheme.
SEISS pre-verification checks – important info for first-time claimantsPosted by Kirsty Demeza on March 15, 2021
Recently self-employed? You may be able to claim the next two SEISS grants. But beware the new SEISS pre-verification checks!
The Budget & SMEs (pt 2): Super Deduction, Corporation Tax & NICsPosted by Ben Locker on March 10, 2021
In our second post clarifying the latest Budget, we look at the new 130% Super Deduction, Corporation Tax changes and Class 2 NICs.
The Budget and small business (part 1): Furlough, SEISS & VATPosted by Ben Locker on March 8, 2021
The first post in our series on the Budget and small business. Learn about changes to the furlough, SEISS and hospitality VAT schemes.
Budget 2021 – Sunak’s Stealth TaxPosted by Jon Pryse-Jones on March 8, 2021
Many alloances and thresholds have been frozen in the 2021 Budget for the next four years. We look at the tax implications.
2021 Budget: what it means for youPosted by Ben Locker on March 3, 2021
Today the Chancellor unveiled the 2021 Budget. We look at the key announcements for businesses and individuals, and what they mean for you.
Chancellor’s Summer Statement: what you need to knowPosted by Ben Locker on July 8, 2020
The Chancellor’s Summer Statement was delivered today. We summarise his most important announcements and tell you what you need to know.
Give them the benefit of the doubt!Posted by Liz Cordell on October 2, 2019
Some ideas on how to handle possible online haters by giving them the benefit of the doubt without being walked all over.
Autumn Statement 2016 – are you a winner or a loser?Posted by THP on November 24, 2016
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has now delivered his first Autumn Statement. As always, there are both winners and losers – and there’s every chance there’s both good and bad news for your finances. This post is here to give you a summary of the announcements, so you will know what they mean