The rules around the various tiers continue to change. To help you understand what you can and cannot do under England’s tiered system, please use our helpful chart: Tier 1 – Medium Tier 2 – High Tier 3 – Very High Tier 4 – Stay at Home Socially mixing Indoors Permitted but rule of six […]
Our office will be closed from 24 December to 3 January, and we are back open on the 4 January 2021. Thank you for being part of our family this year and working with us to get through these strange times. We’ve put together a short eBook, providing some light reading, reflection activities (to harness any […]
To help reduce any financial stresses as a result of the pandemic, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has amended the instalment arrangements for paying tax liabilities for Self-Assessment taxpayers – increasing the threshold from £10,000 to £30,000.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is calling on Self-Assessment taxpayers to keep a look out for scammers posing as the tax authority. HMRC has said that scammers are using calls, emails and texts to contact individuals in the run-up to the tax return deadline on 31 January 2021. During the last year, HMRC responded to […]
More than 84,700 food and drink establishments took part in the Eat Out to Help Out (EOTHO) scheme, according to the Treasury’s latest figures. This resulted in 130,000 claims at the end of the scheme and is estimated to have cost the Treasury around £522 million. The claims system was set up quickly by HM Revenue […]
Local authorities have begun to take legal action against businesses that fail to pay their business rates bills. A new report from property consultancy Colliers has shown that an increasing number of businesses have begun to receive letters demanding payment and/or a court summons. In response, many businesses have started to appeal their business rates […]