FIx your bike voucher scheme
August 6th, 2020

A Fix your Bike Voucher Scheme has been launched by the Department for Transport as an incentive to encourage the numbers of people using their bikes to commute and for leisure purposes. How the scheme works Bike repairers must be located in England. Bike repairers must meet certain eligibility criteria including the possession of valid […]

New law clarifies redundancy rights
August 4th, 2020

New legislation applies from 31 July 2020 to ensure that furloughed employees receive statutory redundancy pay based on their normal wages, rather than a reduced amount based on their furloughed pay. Business owners who are considering their options – to bring back furloughed staff or consider redundancy – are now obliged to consider new legislation […]

Making Tax Digital – getting prepared
July 30th, 2020

We have been waiting for some time for government to announce an extension to its Making Tax Digital (MTD) program; this they did last week. What is MTD? HMRC are keen to digitise the collection of information to calculate your tax liabilities. At present they are reliant on you submitting a variety of tax returns […]

Brexit – get someone to deal with customs for you
July 28th, 2020

It seems fairly likely that we are heading for a no-deal exit from the EU, 1 January 2021. Many smaller businesses that presently import or export goods from and to the EU will need to deal with a complex raft of customs and VAT issues if they continue trade with the EU after this date. […]

Flexible Furlough and Other Support – update
July 24th, 2020

Our latest updated guidance note on support for business during the Covid pandemic can be found here:- CJRS Guidance at July 23rd  

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