The Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, has delivered another UK Budget, in the midst of a significant cost of living crises and the war in the Ukraine seeing no signs of reaching a conclusion. Here are some of the main outcomes which have come about as a result of this Budget.
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Many changes take effect in April, which mean that some planning may be needed especially when finances are stretched by the Covid pandemic. In this article we cover some of the changes that take place during the month of April 2021.
The Institute of Directors has put forward suggestions for Sunak ahead of the March 3 Budget. These include providing income support to owner-directors, which it argues were left out in previous support packages.
As business rates relief for the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors is set to end in April, the organisation is urging the Government to extend it for another 12 months, to April 2022.
The new subsidy rules would make Britain more attractive to investors while staying within the terms of the EU exit agreement and avoiding a return to 1970s policies of supporting unprofitable industries.
It is imperative that you have a game-plan in place to address cash flow issues. We have compiled ten easy ways that you can improve your small business cash flow. We hope you find them useful
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