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Practical guidance on how to adapt and grow

Our Practical Guidance hub provides financial advice on how to plan and respond to the Coronavirus crisis as a business and employer. Sign up to receive important updates from us.

With the onset of Coronavirus, we are living through an unprecedented time. The UK Government are making daily announcements on how they intend to support the economy and are doing all they can to help businesses. However, it is not always clear how businesses like yours can quickly access this essential support or what else you should be considering during this difficult period.

On this Hub you can find insights on a range of topics below or filter by key topics by using the buttons above.

Key overviews:

  1. Overview of new financial measures introduced by the Government
  2. Eight practical tips for businesses responding to the crisis
  3. Accessing funding for your business
  4. The Flexible Furlough Job Retention Scheme
  5. The Self-employed and Coronavirus
  6. Twelve tax tips for the next twelve weeks
  7. Six tax tips for the next seven days

Wider guidance:

Sector-specific guidance:

Would you like to know more?

If you would like to discuss any of the above guidance or have other queries about how you can make the right decisions for the future of your business and your income, please contact your usual Blick Rothenberg contact or one of the partners to the right.

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Insights

08 July 2021

The Government must provide further support and clarity for businesses from 19 July

If Britain does unlock fully on 19 July , the Government must provide flexibility and defer business taxes, writes Richard Churchill (Partner)

24 June 2021

‘Covid-entrepreneurs’ need to start thinking about the taxman

Budding entrepreneurs need to make sure that they don’t fall foul of HMRC writes Stefanie Tremain (Director, Private Client).

18 June 2021

Lockdown extension punishes those employers with workers on furlough

The extension of the lockdown until 19 July is punitive for those employers who have been using the furlough scheme to support their employees.

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