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 used a disguised remuneration scheme between the 6 April 1999 and 5 April 2016 and settled the tax due with HMRC between 16 March 2016 and 11 March 2020, you may be eligible for a refund or a waiver.
Reviews the CBI daily webinar and considers their position on gradually restarting the economy safely.
How to make charities financially resilient: consider government support, make clear documented decisions, control cashflow and be alert to the guidance from Companies House and the Charity Commission.
HMRC launch a campaign to ensure taxpayers understand when the income tax on Venture Capital Trust (VCT) investments is clawed back, and alter their timescales to reflect the challenging times we find ourselves in.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced £1.25 billion of government support for innovative firms at the Downing Street Press Conference on 20 April 2020, delivered through the Future Fund and Innovate UK.
So far SMEs have only received just under 50% of the grant funding allocated by the government through the SMB & RHL grant funds. The average across Derbyshire is 48%. If you have not heard from your Local Authority, get in touch with them.
You have written agreements from your furloughed workers. They have been furloughed for at least 3 weeks and they were on an RTI submission for your PAYE payroll to HMRC on or before 19 March. Now you want to make a claim under CJRS.
HMRC has published a step by step guide to making a claim for furloughed employees’ wages under the Coronavirus Job Rentention Scheme.
A summary of the key points clarified by the Treasury Direction issued on Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme 15 April 2020.
CBI stresses the importance of the key dates for CJRS and the need for further changes to CBILS to speed up flow of cash to SMEs.
Much needed support for the charity sector. Understand the new measures announced and the support that is already available.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is expected to be operational by 20 April, enabling employers to access payments to meet payroll obligations at the end of the month.
Managing cashflow is crucial to SMEs. We look at the things you should be doing right now to manage your cashflow.