Electric cars just got even more tax attractive

Electric cars just got even more tax attractive

The government’s recent announcement of a 1.25% health and social care levy may have broken their election manifesto pledge in the eyes of many, but it has also made the switch to an electric company car even more attractive for company owners and employees. In...
Spring Budget 2021 – Budget Brochure

Spring Budget 2021 – Budget Brochure

It’s hard to believe Rishi Sunak has only been in office for a little over a year given what the Chancellor has had on his plate over the last 12 months. At lunchtime on 3rd March 2021 he delivered his second budget announcement, the first following the Coronavirus...
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Interruption Loan Scheme Guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Business Interruption Loan Scheme Guidance

Further to our Government Support guide the British Business Bank have now issued their guidance as to eligibility criteria for businesses wishing to access the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) as follows: The British Business Bank qualifying...
3.3m sole traders to have ‘no pension by 2028’

3.3m sole traders to have ‘no pension by 2028’

More than three million self-employed people could be left without a pension in the next 10 years, according to a recent report. The warning came from the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE). It made the claim based on the growth of...
Small business owners hold on to cash for Brexit

Small business owners hold on to cash for Brexit

Small businesses across the UK have increased the amount of cash they hold in current accounts by over 78% over the past two years in anticipation of a Brexit fueled credit crunch. The hoarding reflects growing fears over the economy and a desire to have cash assets...