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A guide to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme by EN

This Guide has been prepared by the Enterprise Nation. To help employers deal with the impact of coronavirus the government has launched a scheme providing grants to cover 80% of employees’ salary that would otherwise have been laid off. More official guidance…

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Furlough Leave)

HMRC are still working on setting up the mechanism for employers to operate this scheme and claim this reimbursement. Article prepared by BGM: HMRC are still working on setting up the mechanism for employers to operate this scheme and claim…

COVID19 Support For Self Employed

COVID-19: Support for self-employed

Prime Minister’s Office issued the following information on Thursday 26.03.2020: Following the Chancellor's announcement regarding support for those that are self-employed, we wanted to make sure you have access to the details of the support scheme. Please see below: bit.ly/SelfEmployedSupport In…

Accessing the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

With substantial restrictions for everyone on the circumstances in which we can leave our homes, and many businesses being forced to close, the Chancellor has announced a scheme to reimburse up to 80 per cent of the cost of the…

Support For Businesses

Handy list: support available for businesses during Covid19 crisis

Our partner NatWest prepared a quick list of various schemes and support that may be of use to PBLINK network and our Members: NatWest Business customers can access guidance and support via https://www.business.natwest.com/business/support-centre/service-status/coronavirus.html Practical advice for business owners https://natwestbusinesshub.com/content/coronavirus-practical-advice-for-smes from NatWest Mentor Following…

Budget

Budget 2020 – from few different perspectives

Budget for 2020 has finally been published, significantly altered by the recent global spread of Coronavirus but it will still strongly affect Small and Medium Businesses. We looked at a few analysis as each one takes a slightly different look…

IR35 roll out confirmed, with a few tweaks

Just two weeks ahead of the Budget, the government has released the findings of its IR35 review and confirmed that the reforms will go ahead on 6 April as planned. From 6 April, contractors who have been working under personal…

Business Networking London

What’s coming in the new government’s tax plans?

With the Conservative Party’s election victory in December, businesses now have a clearer idea of what tax changes they can expect to see introduced in April, and subsequently over the life of the new parliament. Directors and the self-employed can…

HMRC Self Assessment

Self-assessment comes calling again

Not everyone enjoys the holiday season, but for some it creates a useful breathing space. For some Christmas Day presented the opportunity to submit their self-assessment tax return. It happens every year – the countdown to the end of January.…

Getting to grips with the tax gap

HMRC did not collect 5.6% of the tax revenue due for 2017/18 according to its annual report on the tax gap and the biggest increase in shortfall was from smaller businesses and individuals. The £35bn missing from expected tax receipts…

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