Budget 2021: Chancellor extends business rate holiday; new grants for reopening

Budget Budget 2021: Chancellor extends business rate holiday; new grants for reopening

2m Jeremy Chan

Budget 2021: Chancellor extends business rate holi...

Business rate holiday extended another three months and reduced for the rest of the fiscal year Read More...

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Chancellor extends furlough and widens cash grants access for self-employed

Budget Chancellor extends furlough and widens cash grants access for self-employed

2m Leanna Reeves

Chancellor extends furlough and widens cash grants...

The Chancellor of the Exchequer says the government is “proud of the furlough” Read More...

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Budget 2021: Delays in consultations sparks curiosity among tax leaders

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2m Aoife Morgan

Budget 2021: Delays in consultations sparks curios...

Tax professionals expect a “fuller than usual” Autumn Statement following the UK government’s announcement to delay tax consultations until March 23 R...

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IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focus

Budget IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focus

2m Aoife Morgan

IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focu...

Omni-channel retailers disadvantaged the most Read More...

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UK enters second stage of Sunak’s economic support

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9m Shannon Moyer

UK enters second stage of Sunak’s economic support

Chancellor’s summer statement highlights three-point jobs plan Read More...

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CBILS revamped and expanded to support UK business

Budget CBILS revamped and expanded to support UK business

1y Shannon Moyer

CBILS revamped and expanded to support UK business

The UK government’s CBILS scheme has been updated to include more small businesses under its remit, as well as offering new assistance to large busine...

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EY UK chief economist: Budget lacks detail

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1y Tom Lemmon

EY UK chief economist: Budget lacks detail

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Budget 2020: Sticking a plaster on businesses

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1y Leanna Reeves

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak promises surge in R&D investment along with a drastic cut in Entrepreneur’s Relief Read More...

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Budget 2020: IR35 paying for tax cuts

Brexit & Economy Budget 2020: IR35 paying for tax cuts

1y Tom Lemmon

Budget 2020: IR35 paying for tax cuts

The incoming changes to IR35 are being used to pay for the “generous” tax cuts in today’s budget, according to Smith & Williamson’s employme...

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Sunak promises £30bn economic boost amid COVID-19

Brexit & Economy Sunak promises £30bn economic boost amid COVID-19

1y Shannon Moyer

Sunak promises £30bn economic boost amid COVID-19

Budget focuses on targeting coronavirus as Chancellor outlines NHS support Read More...

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Bank of England launches lending programmes as SMEs face cash flow strains

Business Bank of England launches lending programmes as SMEs face cash flow strains

1y Leanna Reeves

Bank of England launches lending programmes as SME...

The Bank’s interest rate cut to 0.25 percent comes amid a list of incentives for SMEs Read More...

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Is the private sector ready for IR35?

Regulation Is the private sector ready for IR35?

2y Emanuela Hawker, Reporter

Is the private sector ready for IR35?

A year from now, IR35 guidelines will be implemented into the private sector, following its introduction into the public sector back in 2017 Read More...

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Everything you need to know about IR35

Regulation Everything you need to know about IR35

2y Rebecca Goodman

Everything you need to know about IR35

Here's our complete guide to IR35 - who it affects, who it doesn't, and how to prepare clients for it Read More...

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What does the Spring Statement mean for accounting and finance professionals?

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2y Lucy Skoulding, Reporter

What does the Spring Statement mean for accounting...

Fiscal Phil returns to deliver his Spring Statement just two weeks before Brexit day Read More...

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Will we have a “soft” Spring Statement?

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2y Emanuela Hawker, Reporter

Will we have a “soft” Spring Statement?

On Wednesday 13 March, our chancellor will be announcing the contents of the latest Spring Statement Read More...

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IR35 for the private sector concerning for UK contractors

HMRC IR35 for the private sector concerning for UK contractors

2y Emanuela Hawker, Reporter

IR35 for the private sector concerning for UK cont...

ContractorUK has revealed research highlighting how the introduction of IR35 in the private sector has been considered by UK businesses Read More...

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Alphabet Soup – Entrepreneurs’ Relief and the Personal Company

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2y Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Alphabet Soup – Entrepreneurs’ Relief and the Pers...

What changes to Entrepreneur's Relief are coming in 2019? Read More...

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Firm foundations for a new relief? 

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2y Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

Firm foundations for a new relief? 

What's the deal with the new capital allowances announced in the Budget 2018 - Structures and Buildings Allowances? Read More...

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Autumn Budget: Taxpayers’ interests soon to get more protection in insolvency

Brexit & Economy Autumn Budget: Taxpayers’ interests soon to get more protection in insolvency

2y Laurence Pagden, Insolvency Partner, Menzies LLP

Autumn Budget: Taxpayers’ interests soon to get mo...

New measures to protect taxpayers' interests during insolvency proceedings are due to come in in April 2020 but who will lose out as a result and how ...

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AAnswers: The real world implications of the Budget 2018

Brexit AAnswers: The real world implications of the Budget 2018

2y Lucy Skoulding, Reporter

AAnswers: The real world implications of the Budge...

Accountancy Age launch their new podcast series, AAnswers, with the first episode looking at how the Budget and latest Brexit announcements impact you...

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What is the latest on Brexit and Theresa May's government?

Brexit & Economy What is the latest on Brexit and Theresa May's government?

2y Lucy Skoulding, Reporter

What is the latest on Brexit and Theresa May's gov...

With the Cabinet up in arms and several resignations, what is the latest on the Brexit deal and the government's status? Read More...

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Podcast: Real world implications of the Budget

Budget Podcast: Real world implications of the Budget

2y Lucy Skoulding, Reporter

Podcast: Real world implications of the Budget

Accountancy Age are excited to bring you the first in our new podcast series and it's all about the Budget 2018 Read More...

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Why the Budget's Digital Services Tax is a mistake

Budget Why the Budget's Digital Services Tax is a mistake

2y Andrew Bird, CEO, Global Services Marketplace

Why the Budget's Digital Services Tax is a mistake

With a Brexit deal said to be in touching distance, the Government must blow a fanfare for post-Brexit Britain Read More...

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Reaction to Budget: the public sector

Budget Reaction to Budget: the public sector

2y Ross Campbell, Public Sector Director, ICAEW

Reaction to Budget: the public sector

ICAEW public sector director, Ross Campbell, considers how the recent Budget might impact the UK’s public sector Read More...

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How did the Budget 2018 impact innovation and R&D?

Budget How did the Budget 2018 impact innovation and R&D?

2y GovGrant, | Sponsored

How did the Budget 2018 impact innovation and R&am...

GovGrant CFO Steve Phillips reflects on how Philip Hammond's Budget this year affected innovation and R&D Read More...

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Budget 2018 in brief: what were Philip Hammond's key points?

Budget Budget 2018 in brief: what were Philip Hammond's key points?

2y Lucy Skoulding, Reporter

Budget 2018 in brief: what were Philip Hammond's k...

Fiscal Phil is well on his way in the journey towards the Brexit deal next March but what has he promised in his Budget in the meantime? Read More...

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Business confidence lowest in 10 years

Business Business confidence lowest in 10 years

2y Emanuela Hawker, Reporter

Business confidence lowest in 10 years

The last time business confidence was reported to be so low was around the time of the financial crisis in 2008 – what is the cause this time? Read Mo...

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