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Chancellor Rishi Sunak set out his plan to address the acute damage that the virus has inflicted.
During his lunchtime announcement, Chancellor Rishi Sunak told the country that "...the coronavirus health emergency is not over and the economic emergency has only just begun."
The Government has outlined additional support now available to businesses and workers impacted by Coronavirus.
Summer Economic Update enabled the Chancellor to set out the Government’s second phase response.
On Friday 29 May 2020, the Chancellor announced an update to the "furlough scheme" – more formally referred to as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).
The Chancellor announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) would be extended until the end of October 2020.
The following information provides advice and guidance for accountancy clients who have been or will be impacted by Coronavirus (Covid-19).
The Chancellor has re-confirmed the Government’s intention to extend IR35 changes into the private sector. These changes will be effective from April 2021, but will only apply to contractors who supply services to large and medium sized end client organisations.
The Draft Finance Bill 2019-20 was released by the Government on the 11th July 2019.
Commonly referred to as IR35, Intermediaries legislation was introduced on 06 April 2000.
Public sector contractors will be impacted by IR35 from April 2017.
A First Tier Tribunal has ruled that a presenter paid via a personal service company was caught by the IR35 rules resulting in additional tax and national insurance contributions being payable.
A summary of Managed Service Company Legislation.
The £5,000 tax free dividend allowance introduced in April 2016 will now be reduced to £2,000 from 06 April 2018.
From April 2017, there will be significant changes to the VAT Flat Rate Scheme.
During the Budget in November 2017, the Chancellor confirmed that the method for calculating dividend tax will change.