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COVID-19: Chancellor Announces Support Package for the Self-Employed

The Chancellor has revealed the long-awaited support package for self-employed workers that have seen their income hit by the coronavirus pandemic. The scheme, similar to that the one available to employees, provides…

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COVID-19: Guide for Commercial Property Landlords.

Amongst a range of introduced measures to help businesses, the Government has also ordered a moratorium (temporary ban) on commercial landlord sanctions for 3 months, this includes forfeiture or CRAR (Commercial rent…

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Deferring VAT & Income Tax Payments

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Understanding the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS)

When was this introduced? Monday 23rd March 2020 What is its aim? This scheme is being delivered by the British Business Bank in order to support SMEs in accessing bank lending and…

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Ensuring Business Survival and Recovery

Businesses across Exeter and of course worldwide, are experiencing a sharp and immediate downturn in business as a direct result of COVID-19. We want to stress that you are not alone in…

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Tips to help you minimise cash flow issues during the Coronavirus

We are all now aware that we are living in challenging and uncertain times. Whilst we all worry about the possible consequences of COVID-19 on our health and wellbeing, the economy is…

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Changes to Employment Allowance

From the 6th April 2020, eligibility rules for claiming the Employment Allowance (EA) are changing. This will mean that professional bodies will need to provide updates to their members, whilst tax agents…

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Common Tax Mistakes You Should Avoid

Two things in this life are certain in this life: death and taxes. If you manage a small business that operates in the UK, mistakes relating to your taxes could lead to…

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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update

We are still here to help you

We have activated our plan for our team to work remotely as much as possible. The office is still open and there will always be someone on reception in normal working hours but for obvious reasons, the telephone and email are the best way to contact us as we follow the UK Government guidance to reduce contact.

If you have any direct questions about your business and the effects of the virus please get in touch with your usual contact or directly to me david@kirkhills.co.uk or adrian@kirkhills.co.uk