Coronavirus Information 8th November 2020 Furlough Scheme The Furlough scheme has been extended up until 31 March 2021. Employees will receive 80% of their wages for hours not worked up to a maximum of 2,500 per month. Employers will have to pay for the Employers NI and Employers Pension contributions. […]
Author: Leigh Brunskill
As many businesses are looking at going back to work in the office again, there are now the new considerations of what the office looks like in the “new normal”.
It’s Volunteers Week this week, a time when the UK celebrates the heroes and heroines – many of them unsung – who make a difference by giving their time free of charge. However, did you know there are advantages to getting involved in the voluntary sector as the owner or […]
We have all been under a tight rein for such a long time that now with the prospect of lockdown restrictions easing, pubs and shops reopening and something close to a ‘normal’ life resuming, people could be forgiven for a spending splurge.
If you move goods between the UK and countries in the EU, you now need to follow new customs and tax rules but how prepared do you feel about them?