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Or put more simply, how do you furlough your employees?

Several weeks ago, the Government put a scheme into place that effectively pays all employees 80% of their wages up to a cap of £2,500 per month, plus any employer national insurance contributions (NICs) and employer pension contributions where applicable. HMRC are bus...
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Yesterday, the Government finally announced their measures to help self employed people in the form of the Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS). Financial assistance will come in the form of a grant and will pay up to 80% of average declared profit (before taxation)...
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HMRC financial measures and guidance for employees, employers and businesses

At the time of writing, there are already a number of measures in place for many businesses and employees to gain financial support from the government. Below is a quick rundown of those currently available and these will be updated as anything new is added, especially for t...
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Bookkeeping: A regulated profession?

I've had several people ask me if bookkeeping is a regulated profession? The short answer to this question is 'Yes'.But why? I hear you cry.Just think of organised crime as a battlefield, there will be many soldiers waging war against the criminal underbelly. The police and ...
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