The Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) Rebate Scheme will end on 25 March 2022, it has been confirmed.
Heritage properties forced to close to the public during the coronavirus pandemic will be allowed to continue to claim tax relief, it has been confirmed.
Following the impact on businesses in England of the current ‘Plan B’ covid measures and the impact of Omicron on trade in the hospitality sector in particular, the Government has announced a new support package. The package comprises three elements:
The standard three-day waiting time for Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) will be reinstated for coronavirus-related claims from 25 March 2022, it has been confirmed.
If you are applying for the fifth and final grant of the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS), you must ensure that your application and any necessary documents are with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) by 30th September. If you fail
As the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) ends on 30 September, the Government has published final figures which show that furlough helped to support nearly 12 million workers in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
The temporary insolvency measures protecting businesses with coronavirus-related debts will be phased out and replaced by new provisions from next month, it has been announced.
The tourism sector’s coronavirus recovery has been put on hold due to staff shortages, a major study has revealed.
Newly issued guidance has outlined how the self-employed should report their COVID-19 grants and support payments in their 2020/21 Self-Assessment tax return.
The Government has revealed new insolvency legislation that will protect businesses that accrued debt and arrears as a result of the Coronavirus crisis.