Category: Corporate finance

Budget date confirmed


We wait a year for a Budget and then two come along in the space of six months, with the Chancellor confirming that he will deliver his autumn Budget on Wednesday 27 October 2021 at…

‘Pingdemic’ – an increase in self-isolating threatens supermarket sales


The NHS app has told so many supermarket workers to self-isolate that some stores are now considering reducing opening hours or closing altogether.

Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 – the changes in 2021


On the 16th of June the Government announced that some of the temporary relief measures introduced under the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA) will be extended.

Carry back scheme brings welcome relief for business


For many businesses, the pandemic has turned the world on its head, with many who might have expected to be profitable experiencing a loss. Sometimes losses happen simply because the business is very new, or…

Year-end P11D forms – what employers need to know


All employers who provide their employees or directors with benefits in kind are required to report these annually to HMRC on forms P11D. The P11D is used to report benefits provided to employees and expense…

Budget 2021: what you need to know about the Recovery Loan Scheme


The Recovery Loan Scheme will help businesses restart and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government has announced.

Rapid rise in new companies attributed to Government start-up loans


The number of new businesses registered at Companies House grew significantly during the final six months of 2020, the latest statistics have revealed.

Small businesses handed £7.8 billion through local authority grant schemes


More than £7.8 billion in grant funding has been delivered to small businesses through local authority grant schemes, it has been revealed.

Government urged to extend COVID business support measures


The Government is being urged to extend emergency coronavirus support in the upcoming Budget with a recent study warning that businesses face a £50 billion shortfall when the support measures end in April 2021.