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Claim for 80% wage costs through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Guidance for employers on the coronavirus (COVID-19) Job Retention Scheme. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is a temporary scheme open to all UK employers for

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Govt. to pay 80% of self-employed income

27 Mar 20 Self-employed workers who are affected by COVID-19 can apply for a grant to cover 80% of their average monthly profits over the

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DonnellyBentley Covid-19 Support – Keep Safe and Informed…

24th March 2020 Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we regret that DonnellyBentley is temporarily closed. The only service currently being maintained is payroll. As

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Parliament mulls statutory self-employed pay

24 Mar 20 The Government could be set to extend urgent financial aid to the UK’s five million self-employed workers in the coming days. Currently,

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Govt. to pay up to 80% of workers’ wages

23 Mar 20 The Government has announced a series of measures aimed to protect the jobs of those who are unable to work due to

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Interest rates slashed to a 325-year low

20 Mar 20 Small businesses that rely on credit, such as bank loans or overdrafts, have been boosted by the Bank of England’s decision to

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Govt. provides £330bn lifeline to businesses

18 Mar 20 The Government has pledged £330 billion-worth of state-backed loans to support businesses feeling the effects of the coronavirus epidemic. To put that

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Capital gains tax receipts tipped to soar

16 Mar 20 Changes to entrepreneurs’ relief are being tipped to contribute towards a large rise in capital gains tax receipts over the coming years.

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1.6 million face retirement with no private pension

10 Mar 20 Almost a quarter (22%) of 55 to 64-year-olds have no private pension savings, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.

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UK-US trade deal may boost the economy by 0.16%

3 Mar 20 A post-Brexit trade deal with the US could boost the UK economy by up to 0.16%, according to government estimates. The Department

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