The Spring Statement 2022

Spring Statement 2022 The Chancellor presented two Budgets in 2021 in which he set out a great many details of the tax rates and rules that will apply until April 2026. The 2022 Spring Statement was expected to review the economic situation and adjust forecasts, but was not supposed to include anything significant about tax. Of course, things have changed dramatically since October: there is a war in Ukraine, energy prices are rising sharply and inflation has returned to levels last seen in the early 1990s. An announcement had already been made in February of measures to help people with fuel bills later in the year, and commentators were speculating how much more Mr Sunak might do now, with tax receipts running higher than forecast and the effect of inflation set to increase those receipts in the future. Most predicted he would do something, but many believed he would be cautious and leave significant changes for the next Budget Download the full...
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Covid-19 – Emergency measures announced

Autumn 2020 Business Support update (Click to download)- Issued 8th October 2020 Read our Business Support document (Click to download) - Updated 23th July 2020 The PDF Business Support document has been updated. Updated 3rd June 2020 The PDF Business Support document has been updated. 6th May 2020 UPDATE The PDF Business Support document was updated. 17th April 2020 UPDATE The PDF Business Support document was updated. 27th March 2020 UPDATE Subsequent to the below announcements the Government has now announced help for employers to pay their staff and also help for the self employed. Details on all of the announcements for business support during the Coronavirus pandemic can be found at https://www.businesssupport.gov.uk/coronavirus-business-support/. Specific guidance on the Job Retention Scheme can be found at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-for-wage-costs-through-the-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme and specific guidance for the self employed can be found at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-a-grant-through-the-coronavirus-covid-19-self-employment-income-support-scheme If you need any further advice on any of the support measures announced please contact us. First set of emergency measures In the last few days, the Government has made major announcements about help for small businesses and individuals affected by...
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