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How can tax planning find relevance and interest when the UK economy has faced such an extraordinary year? This month we have created fact sheets that promote tax planning services to consider before 5 April 2021.
Time to encourage all your business clients to undertake a business health check. Resources for January underline the importance of business planning during the present COVID disruption.
The December Fee Builder resources set out tax tips and other strategies that offer tax-free perks to business clients and their employees. Perhaps they can adopt some of these suggestions to enhance their pause for celebration later this month. Unless these benefit concessions are changed, the resources offer timeless advice that clients can use to
The UK SME network is just that, a network. None of us will be exempt from any disruption in supply lines if we exit from the EU next year without a formal trade agreement. This is probably so even if we have no direct trading links with EU businesses. Our Fee Builder pack for November
Included in the legislation that sets out the scope of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) are a range of compliance parameters that need to be observed when making claims. HMRC will no doubt exercise their powers to ask for evidence from firms claiming under the CJRS, furlough scheme, if they feel that claims have
It is not often that we as a profession are offered a golden egg. Clients can apply for grant to cover your fees.
It seems self-evident that the shake-out from the coronavirus outbreak will include higher unemployment. We can already see this as vulnerable …
Help clients extract themselves from the furlough scheme with the least disruption to their businesses.
Resources to support clients emerging from lockdown. Challenges that present opportunities and problems.
Different ways to serve your clients based on the assumption that for many, survival will now be top of their agenda.
Use our content to support clients through the present COVID-19 disruption.
Strategies for supporting clients who may be affected by the UK’s exit from the EU, 31 December 2020.