The Government has announced that tourism providers in England and Wales can now apply for a share of a £10 million rescue package designed to support the sector.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, is set to announce the introduction of a Stamp Duty holiday in his summer statement on Wednesday 8 July 2020.
According to the latest research, UK businesses anticipate that it will take around 18 months to fully recover from the disruption of the Coronavirus pandemic and associated social distancing rules.
There are a number of Government support measures to help businesses through the coronavirus pandemic, as well as various business tax obligations being deferred. However, it can be difficult to keep track of all of the dates, deadlines and requirements,
UK businesses are owed more than £133 billion since the lockdown measures began in March, with the average business waiting on £148,917 for work that was completed before the lockdown.
The Government’s Bounce Back Loans Scheme has provided more than £23 billion in finance to more than 780,000 businesses, according to the latest research.
Government to relax rule for stamp duty surcharge for exceptional circumstances relating to COVID-19
The Government is relaxing Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) surcharge in exceptional circumstances where a property could not be sold due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
A new package of support will help high street businesses “get back on their feet” following the coronavirus lockdown, the Government has said.
The Government has now delivered almost £35 billion in corporate finance to businesses affected by COVID-19, it has been revealed.
The Government has officially announced that the introduction of the domestic VAT reverse charge for the construction industry has been delayed until 1 March 2021 because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 630,000 UK businesses have been given the confidence to trade during Covid-19 after the Government announced guarantees of up to £10 billion to Trade Credit Insurance schemes.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has updated its guidance for people choosing to waive their income to support their business or a charity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One in 10 firms are unable to open safely under the Government’s current health and safety guidance, a major study has revealed.
The Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), also known as the furlough scheme, was recently extended until October, with no changes until August. But what happens next with the scheme?
The new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill will help maximise your business’ chance of survival throughout the coronavirus pandemic, it has been suggested.