The new Emerging Leaders Programme from Myerscough College has been designed to support level 2 apprentices in preparation for level 3 studies. It’s applicable to a broad range of land-based studies. Not only is it a great way to upskill your employees, it’s also 100% funded. Emerging Leaders Programme The programme is a stepping stone, […]

1 July 2020 – Due date for Corporation Tax due for the year ended 30 September 2019. 6 July 2020 – Complete and submit forms P11D return of benefits and expenses and P11D(b) return of Class 1A NICs. 19 July 2020 – Pay Class 1A NICs (by the 22 July 2020 if paid electronically). 19 […]

A package of support to help high streets to get back on their feet was launched 12 June 2020. This announcement was made just days before shops were allowed to reopen on 15 June. The High Streets Task Force will provide access to cutting-edge tools, training, information and advice for high streets across England as […]

It is now confirmed that the UK will neither accept nor seek any extension to the Transition Period. From 1 January 2020, the UK will have the autonomy to introduce its own approach to goods imported to GB from the EU. Recognising the impact of coronavirus on businesses’ ability to prepare, and following the announcement […]

One aspect of the 1 July changes to the CJRS was the closing date to new entrants being set as 30 June 2020. This disadvantaged parents who had been on extended parental or maternal leave in recent months and were intending to return to work after 30 June. The government has now confirmed that parents […]

Last month we commented on the changes to the coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) that commenced at the beginning of this month (1 July 2020). Now that we have the option to bring back employees on a part-time basis and still have a measure of support for their unpaid time, what considerations should we consider […]

The Tax Technical team were thrilled when one grateful client decided to say thank you with sweeties, delivering this lovely bouquet to the office! Judging by the jokes we read on social media, it seems that all over the UK we’ve all been comfort eating during the coronavirus pandemic! It’s a pleasure to be able […]

Businesses large and small can help their cash flow by taking a look at outgoings. Cutting costs when your income is reduced is something that can be done by everyone. You may be able to shave costs off your business and personal outgoings and take some of the stress out of the situation. Here are […]

Boost is Lancashire’s £6m Growth Hub. Its purpose is to help businesses to respond and recover from this crisis. If your business has been impacted by coronavirus, they are the people to ask for help. Has Your Business been Impacted by Coronavirus? Boost, led by Lancashire County Council, is usually focussed on growth support. It’s […]