Introduced in April 2020 during the height of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme aka Furlough scheme was a welcome lifeline
Here are our hot takes on the 2021 budget and what it means for you as a UK agency business owner.
When you deferred paying your VAT back in March to June 2020, did you imagine that one year later we’d still be in the grip of the covid-19 pandemic and the country would still be in lockdown?
The deadline for accessing a government loan is fast approaching. If you think your business will benefit from extra cash or from refinancing existing borrowings then be sure to not leave it too late to apply.
What options are open to you if you deferred paying your VAT in 2020 because of Covid 19?
All change again! If you want to know what the latest on the government support available is, we’ve summarised it here.
Guess what, the Job Support Scheme has changed once again! What do you need to know?
What is the Job Support Scheme and what do I need to know to make a claim?
What changes were announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak on 24th September? We run through the highlights here.
From 1 July 2020, employers can bring employees back to work part time but still claim through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme for their normal hours that they are not working.