The line between the office and the home has blurred for many of us since the start of the pandemic. Whether you love home working, hate it or don’t really mind, there’s evidence that this blurring is bad for both employers and workers – but there are some simple remedies. Article by Nick Green.
As the UK goes back into full lockdown to slow the winter spread of Covid-19, Rishi Sunak unveils an additional £4.6 billion to help the businesses most affected by the loss of trade. Read on to see what’s available and whether you may be eligible. Article by Nick Green.
As UK businesses have battled to stay afloat this year with the help of various schemes, many have found help closer to hand. New data reveals the part accountants have played in creating survival strategies, and how they may prove even more crucial in the months ahead. Article by Nick Green.
Death in Service, life assurance, life cover – whatever you call it, life insurance for employees is one of the most valuable benefits a company can offer, both for the worker and the business itself. However, employers should seek advice on getting a plan to suit their needs. Article by Nick Green.
The announcement of a second national lockdown until 2 December to slow the rise in Covid cases means that the furlough scheme will continue, alongside more help for the self-employed. Here you can find out if you’re eligible, and how to claim. Article by Nick Green.
UK businesses have already borrowed close to £40 billion through the government’s coronavirus loan schemes. But if your business has missed out there is still time to apply – especially as some sectors appear to have not yet taken their fair share. Article by Nick Green.
Company health insurance is no longer just for big corporations, as demonstrated by startups such as Trailmix, a creator of mobile games. But it’s crucial for small businesses to get the right advice when setting up such a key employee benefit. Article by Nick Green.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, or furlough scheme, was originally set to end on 31 October 2020. Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced its replacement – the Job Support Scheme – and various other measures to help small businesses through the pandemic. Article by Nick Green.
In the wake of coronavirus, many forms of business funding and help have appeared, at both a national and local level. If your small business is still hunting for the right kind of support, there may be more options that you haven’t yet considered.
Businesses struggling to access other sources of government help during the coronavirus lockdown can now obtain a state-backed business continuity loan that’s free of interest and repayments for the first year.
As much of the UK goes into quarantine to help stop COVID-19, your business may be feeling the pinch. If your customers are staying away and the bills still need paying, what can you do to help your business through these tough times?
The new Chancellor Rishi Sunak has delivered his first Budget after barely a month in the job. So how did he do – and what does it mean for your personal finances?
Amazon is stepping up its plans to disrupt the finance industry, by enhancing its small business loan activities in partnership with Goldman Sachs. The move looks set to broaden the options for entrepreneurs in search of funding.