HMRC have revised their guidance notes on the Job Retention Scheme. Here are the key updates giving clarity on who can be furloughed plus what you can (and cannot) claim for.
We have compiled a directory of lenders involved in the government-backed Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme including links to the relevant pages of their websites.
Many businesses are adapting their offer to meet the changing needs of their customers, and that includes us. In response to the many queries we have been receiving from employers, we have launched an affordable HR support package exclusively for RfM clients.
In such uncertain times, we feel privileged that our clients have turned to us as trusted advisors across all the services we offer at RfM. We have been urged by a number of grateful clients to spread the word about our Will review service and encourage others to consider what we usually don’t think about.
We now have more details about the support measures that have been announced for businesses and the self-employed affected by the coronavirus situation.
6 April is the start of the new tax year and the date when changes to tax rates and allowances usually come into effect. The start of the 2020-21 tax year brings changes to the Employment Allowance, the National Minimum Wage and statutory payments.
In light of the new restrictions announced on Monday evening, all our offices are now closed temporarily. Be reassured that we are still here and committed to supporting you throughout this difficult and unprecedented situation.
We have had a considerable number of enquiries from clients regarding the support available to help them deal with the impact of Covid-19 on their businesses. Here are some of the key support measures that you may wish to consider – some of which you can act on now!
As your accountants, we are well placed to consider the financial impact that the coronavirus outbreak will have on our clients’ businesses. Here is some practical advice and tips to help you weather this particularly rough storm.
For many clients, we are often the first port of call for advice on running their business. That does not need to change – even during the current, unprecedented coronavirus situation.
You have no doubt been following the coronavirus news closely to assess the level of risk to your business. We have put together a helpful guide for employers to assist you with your contingency planning, as the situation continues to escalate here in the UK.
Following RfM’s inclusion in The Parliamentary Review, Partner Paul Newsham was invited to take part in a podcast and to join an exclusive group of business leaders, founders, influencers and innovators: The Leaders Council.
Business growth specialist Tony Backhouse explains why every family businesses need to innovate – not just to thrive, but to survive.
There may come a time in the future when you are unable to make important decisions for yourself. This could happen if you were to suffer a loss of mental capacity, had an accident or were abroad for an extended period. The only way to have a say in who would make financial or welfare decisions on your behalf is by making a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). We look at what could happen if you do not have an LPA in place.
Keeping up with employment law and HR best practice is a challenge for every business. We want to help you stay compliant by making you aware of changes coming into effect from 6 April 2020. Not least as a breach of these new rules could cost you a fine of up to £20,000.