A round up of our latest blogs, commentary or office news. Get in touch if you need more details on any of the topics covered.
If you are local to us, here in Derby, then you may be interested to know that Derby City Council suggests that they will open up applications for the Omicron Hospitality and Leisure Grant to eligible ratepaying businesses in those sectors from the beginning of next week.
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Step 4 summary of government’s plans for England post easing of Covid-19 restrictions on 19 July. Includes 5 point plan for living with Covid and main changes affecting businesses.
HMRC has published guidance on how to work out turnover if you are eligible for the fifth SEISS grant. If you are eligible HMRC will contact you in mid July, with online claims service available from late July. Claims must be made by 30 September.
A recap of the changes to the CJRS or furlough scheme from 1 July 20.
HMRC report indicates trends towards cashless payments will continue. Kay Brookes, partner at Bates Weston looks at how cashless payments can help with cashflow management.
Lockdown easing in England delayed until 19 July. Understand what is changing on 21 June and what is not. Business leaders call for corresponding extensions to the business support packages.
A short summary of the first and second reports on the Capital Gains Tax Review published by the Office of Tax Simplification and the outlook for CGT from our tax team.
The Charities Bill should reduce day to day bureaucracy for the Charities sector, whilst maintaining oversight.
Raise your expectations. The right accountant on your team makes a real difference to running your business day to day and helps you plan ahead with confidence.
The key issues that make the super deduction capital allowance, not quite so super after all.
Restructuring a business when outgrowing a Family Investment Company through a demerger can be a tax efficient way to allow family members to pursue different commercial goals.
Restructuring a business to resolve shareholder disputes through a demerger can be a tax efficient option to separate ownership of assets, allowing shareholders to take their respective parts of a business under their sole ownership.
Planning to sell your business or are in the process of marketing it? Restructuring your business using a demerger may be a tax efficient method of accommodating a potential buyer.