CORONAVIRUS: Current Status of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (Furlough)

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In response to the challenges faced by businesses due to the pandemic, the government has introduced a scheme to help employers keep jobs open for employees and keep a wage coming in where the business may have had to close temporarily or the amount of work the business can do has decreased. Read our latest article below to understand the latest updates to the scheme...

CORONAVIRUS: Recovery Loan Scheme vs CBILS

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The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) was closed to new applications with effect from 31st March 2021 and has been replaced by the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS). Businesses might be wondering what the two schemes have in common and what the main differences are. Read our latest article to find out more...

Tax Relief on Job Expenses: HMRC Rule Changes

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HMRC recognises that employees might use their own money to buy things for their job or generally consume expenditure whilst working and there are tax reliefs in place for these types of expenditure, but are youa ware of the latest changes set out by HMRC? Read our latest article below to find out more..

PLANT & MACHINERY: Super capital allowances introduced from April 2021

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Capital allowances allow businesses to write off the cost of qualifying assets against taxable income, therefore reducing their tax liability. Most businesses will depreciate their assets in their accounts, but since businesses will use different rates and depreciation periods, these adjustments are not suitable for applying consistent taxation across businesses. Therefore, any depreciation adjustments businesses make are added back in before calculating taxable profit and then capital allowances are applied instead. Read our latest article below to find out the latest updates to capital allowances...

FARMERS: What effect will the Environmental Land Management Scheme have on food supply in the UK?

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There are three new Environmental Land Management Schemes: The Sustainable Farming Incentive, The Local Nature Recovery and The Landscape Recovery. These schemes have been designed to assist in achieving the goals set out in the 25 Year Environment Plan, whilst at the same time offering support to the rural economy and underpinning the commitment to be carbon neutral by 2050. Read our latest article to find out more about these schemes..

Regine changes for intangible fixed assets: transitional rules

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Most business owners are aware that an asset is something which is owned or controlled by the business. Assets are put into different categories depending on the life of the asset and whether it has a physical form. But where do intangible fixed assets sit? Read our latest article to find out more..

 

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