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Claim Early For Corporation Losses Carry-back Claim

The issue Last week saw more businesses open their doors and adjust to the ‘new normal’ on our high streets. Despite this positive step, many

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Exporters feel upturn in international trade

7 Jul 20 Most exporters are optimistic about international trade getting back to normal in the coming months, a report has claimed. Research from the

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House sales fell by 50% in May 2020

26 Jun 20Sales of residential property in May decreased sharply compared to the same time last year, as the market was impacted by coronavirus lockdown

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Firms urged to reinstate VAT direct debits

19 Jun 20Businesses that chose to defer VAT payments during the COVID-19 crisis should set up new direct debit mandates to pay their next VAT

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Treasury may consider temporary cut to VAT

15 Jun 20 Speculation is mounting that the UK could follow Germany by reducing the standard rate of VAT in next month’s emergency fiscal announcement.

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Tax and NICs warning for SEISS recipients

11 Jun 20Recipients of the self-employed income support grants may not realise they are taxable, a tax group has warned. The grants are worth up

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1 in 10 workers stop pension contributions

2 Jun 20 One in ten workers have stopped or reduced their pension contributions as a result of the coronavirus, according to a report. Scottish

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Fraud victims soar during the pandemic

27 May 20 Around one in five adults have either been a victim of a pension scam since COVID-19 hit the UK, or know someone

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Govt. extends mortgage break scheme until October

26 May 20 The Government has extended a scheme that enables homeowners affected by coronavirus to take mortgage payments holidays. Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced in

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Coronavirus loans’ bill passes £22bn

20 May 20 UK businesses have claimed more than £22 billion in Government loans and guarantees to support their cashflow during the coronavirus crisis. That

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