Government Schemes: Furlough and Self Employment

Government Schemes: Furlough and Self Employment

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced on 12 May that the CJRS scheme will be extended until the end of October. The scheme will continue in its current form until the end of July with the Government paying 80% of employees wages up to £2,500 a month. For accounts purposes the amounts received should be credited to a “grants received” account, and this will therefore increase taxable profits of the business.

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The Budget – 11 March 2020

The Budget – 11 March 2020

The Budget – 11 March 2020: MORE MONEY FOR THE NHS AND INFRA-STRUCTURE IN THE BUDGET Rishi Sunak received a “hospital pass” when he was appointed Chancellor and was required to deliver the first Budget in nearly 18 months within a month of his appointment. He...

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The Budget 2020 – Are There Any Big Changes?

The Budget 2020 – Are There Any Big Changes?

Yet Another Chancellor - Big Changes In The Budget? It will be nearly 18 months since the last Budget and, in the meantime, we will have had three different chancellors, following the unexpected resignation of Sajid Javid. The early years of a new Parliament are a...

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Government Schemes: Furlough and Self Employment

Government Schemes: Furlough and Self Employment

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced on 12 May that the CJRS scheme will be extended until the end of October. The scheme will continue in its current form until the end of July with the Government paying 80% of employees wages up to £2,500 a month. For accounts purposes the amounts received should be credited to a “grants received” account, and this will therefore increase taxable profits of the business.

read more
The Budget – 11 March 2020

The Budget – 11 March 2020

The Budget – 11 March 2020: MORE MONEY FOR THE NHS AND INFRA-STRUCTURE IN THE BUDGET Rishi Sunak received a “hospital pass” when he was appointed Chancellor and was required to deliver the first Budget in nearly 18 months within a month of his appointment. He...

read more
The Budget 2020 – Are There Any Big Changes?

The Budget 2020 – Are There Any Big Changes?

Yet Another Chancellor - Big Changes In The Budget? It will be nearly 18 months since the last Budget and, in the meantime, we will have had three different chancellors, following the unexpected resignation of Sajid Javid. The early years of a new Parliament are a...

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Business Partnerships: Why do they break?

Business Partnerships: Why do they break?

Business Partnerships Always Start With Passion   Sometimes things don’t work out in business and it’s time for the owners to go their separate ways, and you might have to consider breaking up. It’s fair to say that your business partnerships might have begun...

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