We have all experienced unprecedented changes to the ways we live, communicate and work. For many, the uncertainty of the pandemic will cause considerable anxiety and stress. Even after the lockdown has lifted, working from home will be the ‘new normal’.
SHORTS are thrilled to have been crowned Best Private Client Tax Practice 2020 in the prestigious Tolley's Taxation Awards, held earlier this month.
The appointment forms part of the company’s business succession plans following a period where he worked alongside his predecessor, Arthur Foreman, which saw the business lending provider enjoy significant growth.
The University of Sheffield has partnered with Sheffield City Council to launch a new online platform to keep the city’s vibrant arts and cultural sector open during the coronavirus lockdown.
Results from the latest BCC Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker reveal that the majority of firms surveyed are in a position to partially restart operations as lockdown restrictions are eased:
Emergency funding, support for employee wages, self-employed income support, and tax deferment schemes, have all been put in place, and could help your business survive this extremely uncertain trading environment.
Commenting on the publication of the UK Global Tariff that will apply to imported goods from 1 January 2021, BCC director general Adam Marshall said: