Here is a summary of the available grants and business support schemes. We will continue to provide the latest updates on grants and business support, as and when information becomes available to us.
There are a number of grants and business support schemes available which you may be eligible for. We will continue to provide the latest updates on grants and business support that is available.
BPR Heaton are delighted to announce the strengthening of our team by welcoming Freddie Tamang. As one of Yorkshire’s largest independently owned Chartered practices, investing and developing our work force is extremely important to us to ensure that we uphold high standards of service to our clients.
It is now time to start preparing for our new relationship with the EU and the new rules which commence on 1 January 2021.
Late in the evening of 10 November 2020 HMRC issued further guidance regarding the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).
We are now able to provide further information regarding the announcements made this week, covering the extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS).
Following the announcement on Saturday of a new national lockdown, additional financial support is being provided by Government. This includes the extension for a month of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) with employees receiving 80% of their current salary for hours not worked and grants for business forced to close in England.
Following Rishi Sunak’s announcement last Thursday on how Government is providing support to help employers retain their employees through the Job Support Scheme (JSS) we want to update you with our understanding of the scheme.
HMRC have issued further guidance in regards to the Job Retention Bonus which we summarise below:
Yesterday the Chancellor announced a number of measures to assist employers and businesses during the Covid19 Pandemic.
BPR Heaton are delighted to announce the strengthening of our team by welcoming Cameron Beer.
Following on from our previous communications, we would like to remind you of the upcoming changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).
The Chancellor's plan to kick start the economy came in the form of a Summer mini budget. Read the key announcements here.
Since the start of the pandemic lockdown and all the issues this has created for businesses up and down the UK the focus for many owners, directors and indeed government has rightly been surviving this unprecedented period of shutdown.
On 1 June we outlined proposed changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme. A significant volume of further guidance has now been issued and the following is only a summary, touching on some of the key points and does not go into detail on every matter.
Over the course of the pandemic the UK government has introduced various schemes each with the aim of supporting various sectors of the UK economy and society. Much of the support has been by way of grants, such as the small business grant, the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant and the furlough scheme...
On Friday the Chancellor announced details of future changes to the government’s coronavirus support schemes. The key details are outlined below:
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has just published guidance on workers entitlement to holiday and holiday pay during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HMRC have brought forward the date from which claims under the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) can be made. Claims will now be able to be made from 13 May 2020.
From the 4th of May, the Government's Bounce Back Loan scheme will be made available. The loan scheme aims to help small and medium-sized businesses to borrow between £2,000 and £50,000.
Updates that HMRC have now issued in respect of the Job Retention Scheme.
Topics include: Deferring self-assessment payments on account due in July 2020 Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan (CBIL) Scheme update 1/4/20
Topics include: Self-employment Income Support Scheme The conditions for eligibility
Topics include: Furloughed workers COVID-19 Briefing - Gordons Solicitors
Topics include Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme What is a "Furloughed" employee? Deferral of VAT and Income Tax Nursery businesses - Rates holiday Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme
Topics include: Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme Grants Tax - Time to Pay arrangements
The current Covid19 outbreak is bringing many financial challenges to UK businesses and as such the government is announcing various support packages which seem to be changing on a daily basis. Below is a summary of the announcements as we understand them today and some practical issues to consider. We will endeavour to keep you up to date as we are made aware of further details.
The maximum Employment Allowance (EA) will increase from £3,000 to £4,000. Employers will only be eligible for EA if their total qualifying employers’ secondary Class 1 NIC liability in the tax year ending 5 April 2020 is under £100,000.