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When you come to us for advice, we’ll focus on providing exactly the right service for you and your business. Are you…

  • Looking for a firm of accountants in South Yorkshire?

  • Running your own business and wishing to improve performance and profitability?

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  • Looking for professional help to pay the right amount of tax – and not a penny more?

  • Tired of hearing accountancy jargon instead of plain English?

  • Getting poor service from your existing accountant?

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COVID-19: measures for UK businesses
Posted on: 18th March 2020
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out a package of measures to support public services, people and businesses through the period of disruption caused by COVID-19.  Measures announced to support businesses including the significant package of measures announced on 17 March 2020: grant funding of £10,000 for small firms in receipt of Small Business Rate Relief (SBRR) and Rural Rates Relief grant funding of £25,000 for certain businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors a 12-month business rates holiday for businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors a temporary Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme to support businesses in accessing bank lending and overdrafts extended access to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP), with reliefs available to SMEs expanded access to HMRC's Time to Pay scheme. Further measures have been announced, including the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme going live. There are also deferrals to VAT and income tax. Find out more on these measures and the impact on your business.
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Claim a grant through the coronavirus (COVID-19) Self-employment Income Support Scheme
Posted on: 27th March 2020
This is what the Government says:   You can use this scheme if you're self-employed or a member of a partnership and have lost income due to coronavirus. The scheme will allow you to claim a taxable grant worth 80% of your trading profits up to a maximum of £2,500 per month for the next 3 months. This may be extended if needed.   Who can apply You can apply if you’re a self-employed individual or a member of a partnership and you: have submitted your Income Tax Self Assessment tax return for the tax year 2018-19 traded in the tax year 2019-20 are trading when you apply, or would be except for COVID-19 intend to continue to trade in the tax year 2020-21 have lost trading/partnership trading profits due to COVID-19 Your self-employed trading profits must also be less than £50,000 and more than half of your income come from self-employment. This is determined by at least one of the following conditions being true: having trading profits/partnership trading profits in 2018-19 of less than £50,000 and these profits constitute more than half of your total taxable income having average trading profits in 2016-17, 2017-18, and 2018-19 of less than £50,000 and these profits constitute more than half of your average taxable income in the same period If you started trading between 2016-19, HMRC will only use those years for which you filed a Self-Assessment tax return. If you have not submitted your Income Tax Self-Assessment tax return for the tax year 2018-19, you must do this by 23 April 2020. HMRC will use data on 2018-19 returns already submitted to identify those eligible and will risk assess any late returns filed before the 23 April 2020 deadline in the usual way.   How much you’ll get You’ll get a taxable grant which will be 80% of the average profits from the tax years (where applicable): 2016 to 2017 2017 to 2018 2018 to 2019 To work out the average HMRC will add together the total trading profit for the 3 tax years (where applicable) then divide by 3 (where applicable), and use this to calculate a monthly amount. It will be up to a maximum of £2,500 per month for 3 months. HMRC will pay the grant directly into your bank account, in one instalment.   How to apply You cannot apply for this scheme yet. HMRC will contact you if you are eligible for the scheme and invite you to apply online. Individuals do not need to contact HMRC now and doing so will only delay the urgent work being undertaken to introduce the scheme. You will access this scheme only through GOV.UK. If someone texts, calls or emails claiming to be from HMRC, saying that you can claim financial help or are owed a tax refund, and asks you to click on a link or to give information such as your name, credit card or bank details, it is a scam.   After you’ve applied Once HMRC has received your claim and you are eligible for the grant, we will contact you to tell you how much you will get and the payment details. If you claim tax credits you’ll need to include the grant in your claim as income.   Other help you can get The government is also providing the following additional help for the self-employed: deferral of Self Assessment income tax payments due in July 2020 and VAT payments due from 20 March 2020 until 30 June 2020 grants for businesses that pay little or no business rates increased amounts of Universal Credit Business Interruption Loan Scheme If you’re a director of your own company and paid through PAYE you may be able to get support using the Job Retention Scheme.   Most importantly, as long as you have filed your tax returns up to date, there is nothing you need to do at the moment. HMRC will make the calculations on the basis of the information you have already submitted. Payments under this scheme will be made in June.
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