The Government have introduced the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme to allow eligible businesses to offer a discount to their diners and encourage them to eat at their restaurant. The service you'll use to claim reimbursements will be available on 7 August 2020, and will be available until 30 September. You won't be able … Continue reading How to Make a Claim for the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme
Restaurants and other establishments can now sign up to a new government initiative aimed at protecting jobs in the hospitality industry and encouraging people to safely return to dining out. You can register if your establishment for the Eat Out to Help Out scheme if: sells food for immediate consumption on the premisesprovides its own … Continue reading Who Can Register for the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme?
Eligible restaurants and other establishments serving food for on-premises consumption can now sign up to a new government initiative aimed at protecting jobs in the hospitality industry and encouraging people to safely return to dining out. The Eat Out to Help Out registration service went live on Monday, allowing businesses to join the scheme announced … Continue reading How to Register for the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme is a new initiative, introduced by the Government, to support businesses by encouraging people to return to eating out. If you’re an eligible business, you will be able to use the scheme to offer a 50% discount, up to a maximum of £10 per person, to your customers … Continue reading What Is the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme?
On Wednesday 8 July 2020, the Government held an emergency mini budget to minimise the pain as the economy faces the challenges of the past few of months. The main priority on the agenda was unemployment rates, with the Chancellor announcing that he wants to ‘protect, support and create jobs.’ What’s changing? Furlough Scheme With … Continue reading New Support Announced by the Chancellor in His Summer Statement
A grant of £2,500 is now available for newly created welsh businesses that are facing operational and financial challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The eligibility criteria is as follows: Started trading between 1 April 2019 and 1 March 2020Forecast annual turnover is less than £50,000Not in receipt of support through the Self-Employment … Continue reading New Grant for Start up’s Affected by the Coronavirus
The governnment have released a deadline for the coronavirus Small Business Rates Grant. If eligible, you will need to apply before 5pm on 30 June 2020 to be considered. There are two grants available: a grant of £25,000 for retail, leisure and hospitality businesses occupying properties with a rateable value of between £12,001 and £51,000.a … Continue reading Deadline Set for the Small Business Rates Grant
The government have announced a number of changes for employers using the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). Scheme to close for new entrants From 10 June 2020, employers will no longer be able to use the CJRS for employees who have not previously been furloughed. This date will allow employees to be on furlough for … Continue reading Important Changes to UK Furlough Scheme
A Grant State Aid Declaration form is a where you agree to declare any state aid you have received to any other support agencies that ask how much de minimis aid you have received. If you applied for a grant to support your business during the coronavirus pandemic, you may have been contacted by your … Continue reading What Is a Grant State Aid Declaration Form?
Most self-assessment taxpayers make one tax payment in January and a second in July each year. These are known as "payments on account". As part of the governments plan to help you through the coronavirus pandemic, they have extended the deadline for your second payment from 31 July 2020 to 31 January 2021. You don't … Continue reading Do I Need to Make My July Tax Payment?