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July is a key month for employer tax compliance and businesses should take care to ensure that they do not overlook forthcoming key compliance dates.
The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed the appeal by the UK Government over the charging of business rates in respect of supermarket cash machines in England and Wales. This concludes a long battle for retailers which started in 2013 when the decision was taken to charge separate business rates on the sites of ATMs.
As the market's response to COVID-19 is starting to take shape, we review some of the potential issues that PLCs may encounter when using share schemes.
The Scottish government has announced specific measures to support Scottish businesses and protect the Scottish economy.
If employers choose to furlough employees under the temporary Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, it is important to understand the impact this could have on existing employee share schemes.
In this difficult economic climate share schemes could be a valuable option for employee remuneration.
HMRC has confirmed its approach to insolvency during the coronavirus pandemic.
We would like to bring to your attention the issue of the mandatory registration of the ultimate beneficial owner (UBO). The former statutory register date was April 13, 2020, however this deadline will most likely be extended until July 1, 2020.
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.