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The Government has announced a new self-employed income support scheme to support self-employed individuals whose trading profits are impacted by the current crisis.
Confirmation that the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme is available to SEIS/EIS investee companies and a summary of the grants and reliefs made available by the Government as a result of COVID-19 that could be utilised by such companies.
A summary of the key measures and packages introduced by the Chancellor on Friday to support and assist businesses and employers during this difficult period.
This article outlines what we expect that the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, will include within the Wage Subsidy to be announced today. It looks at what other Governments have done and what the UK might implement.
All parties to labour supply chains need to be aware of their obligations under the new IR35 rules. We take a look at the key changes and what these mean in practice. Note: implementation of the rules has now been postponed to 6 April 2021, but businesses will still need to be prepared and ready for the new regime.
UK-resident individuals and trustees face a much tighter timeframe to pay capital gains tax ("CGT") and file a tax return after selling residential property in the UK from 6 April 2020.
Before the election the Government announced a review with a view to reform Entrepreneurs Relief as it was costing the Treasury much more than anticipated. If you are considering selling your business in the next 12 months, there are some actions that you can take to secure the current treatment.
Has the introduction of a tax relief and new ownership structure been slowly changing the face of UK business? The use of an EOT will generate tax-free capital gain, while providing benefit to employees.
All parties to labour supply chains need to be aware of their obligations arising from the new IR35 rules, particularly as the rules shift the liability and burden of operating PAYE. We take a look at the key changes and what they mean in practice.