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Life after furlough

At the end of September the furlough scheme stops. The new cash flow challenges As business owners you will be concerned about making up the...

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IR35 – experiences so far

On 6 April 2021, IR35 changed massively in the private sector. If you are a large engager in this sector (in very general terms, if you have...

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NEW ABG WEBSITE

We are delighted to announce that we are scheduled to launch our new look website in the week commencing 23 August. Our new website will provide you...

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Three year carry back of company losses

An extended loss carry back was announced at Budget 2021 which enables companies (and individuals) to make claims to carry back losses for a further 2 years than previous rules allowed. This temporary extension applies for losses arising in company accounting periods ending between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2022.

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Furlough scheme exit planning

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), commonly referred to as the furlough scheme, has proved to be the most effective government support for employers struggling to keep their teams together during the current, unprecedented COVID disruption.

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Furlough changes on 1 July

A reminder to business owners that from Thursday 1 July the level of Government support available via the furlough scheme reduces to a maximum of £2,187.50 for hours not worked.

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P11D forms due by 6 July

Despite the coronavirus lockdowns, HMRC still expect P11D forms reporting expenses and benefits to be submitted by the normal 6 July deadline. Employers need to submit a P11D form to HMRC for each employee you’ve provided with expenses or benefits.

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VAT for UK Businesses

VAT is a business tax on the supply of goods and services. It is charged at varying rates depending on what is being supplied, who it is being supplied to and where it is being supplied to.

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