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On 8th July 2020 the Chancellor, as part of his plan for jobs, introduced the Kickstart Scheme. Initially this was only being offered to larger businesses who could create a minimum of 30 jobs and since its launch in September has created over 120,000 jobs.   Earlier this month, thanks to a campaign from hundreds....

It can be difficult to keep track of the various coronavirus schemes available and when you need to take action to make sure you do not miss out.   To help you, in this blog post we provide a timeline, in order of dates occurring soonest, some going right through to 2030. We also provide....

As midnight hit on 31st January, most accountants rejoiced knowing their returns were all submitted on time. We were no different, immediately turning our attention to the big changes to come throughout 2021. We thought now would be the perfect time to update you on the major changes in legislation that you may need to....

Insurers forced to U-Turn following supreme court ruling!   It is the news many businesses did not expect to receive and some had given up on, however all will be over-joyed by the announcements a couple of days ago.   This weekend the Supreme Court ruled that insurance companies who offered cover for ‘notifiable diseases’....

As we prepare to enter another lockdown, despite having been here before, it makes it no easier for you or your business to deal with.   As always, information from Government is being released in stages and we endeavor to keep you as up to date as possible.   Following on from last night’s announcement....

  Presents and parties in a virtual world seems a lot different to 2019 but other than planning your creative Christmas quiz, not too much has changed. This year has brought about enough uncertainty, so make sure you are certain about the tax rules surrounding your festive generosity.   Gifts   Many employers like to....

The trade deal discussions are dominating the headlines once again with little over 3 weeks to go until the cut off. With that in mind, we thought we would recap on some of the new legislation and trade deals so far.   Legislation Time is running out with the current Brexit negotiations. Preparing the UK....

  Regardless of the agreement on tariff free trade between the UK an EU there will undoubtedly be additional documentation when importing and exporting goods from 1st January 2021.   We want to ensure our clients are planning where possible and considering additional business matters such as data protection and intellectual property.   We have....

  2 years ago, the annual investment allowance increased from £200.000 to £1,000,000 for a limited time.   That was due to end on 31st December 2020 but it has recently been announced that the £1 million pound cap has been extended until 1st January 2022 in a bid stimulate investment in UK manufacturing.  ....