The government and firms will continue to top up the wages of workers who have not been able to return to the workplace full time due to the virus
Helping our clients sleep at night
How do we do that? In a number of ways:
- Working with our clients to help them do what they do best
- Ensuring that they meet all tax and Companies House compliance deadlines in plenty of time.
- Promptly preparing accounts and tax returns so that our clients have plenty of notice of forthcoming tax bills giving them time to budget rather than having a nasty shock a short while before the amount is payable.
- Promptly submitting accounts, returns and declarations so that our clients don't have to pay penalties.
VAT cut to be extended for hospitality sector
Self Employed, Loans & Taxes
The Chanecllor has announced measures for the Self Employed, those businesses that have taken out loans, and taxes
What will happen when the CJRS ends?
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has been winding down gradually over the past couple of months, with a large portion of furloughed employee wage costs still being met by the government.
There are changes to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) from today
From 1st September 2020 HMRC will now pay 70% of usual wages up to a cap of £2,187.50 per month for the hours furloughed employees do not work.
End of VAT payment deferrals period
To provide government support during the early stages and peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, HMRC gave businesses the option to defer VAT payments if they were unable to pay on time. They could do this without incurring late payment interest or penalties.
Chancellor announces some TEMPORARY help for businesses
This purely temporary and limited help is in 5 forms
The introduction of the Job Retention Bonus with eligibility requirements
Incentives to take on new employees/apprentices
A very limited and temporary Eat Out to Help Out scheme
A temporary vat reduction for some of the hospitality trade
A temporary increase in the stamp duty threshold
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a number of new changes to the furlough scheme
an extension to the CJRS Furlough scheme with reductions
one final extension to the Self Employed Income Support
DELAY TO DIGITAL LINKS MANDATE:
Its good news for customers and technology providers. The delay will hopefully buy time for many businesses that were looking at MTD compliance only, enabling them to take a breath and review how they approach Phase 2 of MTD.
Working for and with You, Not the Taxman
You pay our bills not the taxman so it is only right that we look after you. We care about our clients, their business, their future.
We’re here to make tax and financial planning easy. We’re here to help ease your financial burden and to find you the most tax efficient way to run your business. We don’t want the taxman to take what’s not his, so we work with you to find out what’s important to you.
A Different Kind of Accountant
We are approachable and easy to talk to. Every client benefits from a dedicated partner and member of staff either of whom they can contact and both of whom they will know and recognise. We get to know our clients, understand how they work and constantly help them to improve and grow their businesses.
We’re business advisers and planners as well as tax experts, and we work tirelessly helping businesses like yours save tax, and become more efficient and financially stronger. And we’re very nice people too.
When did your Accountant last give you £50?
At Handley, Evans & Co we will deduct £50 from our fees for your tax return if you provide to us everything we need to complete your tax return before the 31st July after the end of the tax year.
It gets better! If you are not VAT registered, the VAT saved will make the total saving £60!
Now isn't that a worthwhile reward for being prompt?
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Many thanks to Graham and his team.