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Phased approach to Post-Brexit importation rules provides a little clarity

Paul Briddon
Brexit, News
3 min read

In the latest of our series of weekly Brexit Blogs, Paul Briddon of Lovewell Blake explains how the government is planning a phased introduction of import controls once the transition period comes to an end.

Applications open for self-employment grant

Shaun Davison
COVID-19, News
3 min read

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have opened their online service today (30 November 2020), allowing self-employed traders to apply for a third grant under the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS).

Lovewell Blake and Ashtons advise on £4.5 million sale

The Marketing team
Corporate Finance, News
2 min read

Lovewell Blake’s Corporate Finance team has worked with Ashtons to facilitate a £4.5 million deal which will see Norfolk and Suffolk-based occupational health specialist firm Wrightway Health become part of specialist safety and regulatory compliance services group Marlowe plc.

VAT filing changes in Xero

Nathan Bowden
VAT, News
2 min read

The original method of filing VAT returns in Xero is changing soon and we are assisting our clients to be ready for this.

Cashflow and administrative impact of Brexit-related VAT rule change

Rob Geary
Brexit, News, VAT
4 min read

In the latest of our series of weekly Brexit Blogs, Rob Geary explains how Brexit will result in changes to VAT rules which will affect any business importing or exporting goods.

Growing the value of your business - a lesson from Tesla

Samuel Grimmer
Corporate Finance, News
4 min read

At some point, most business owners will have considered the potential value of their business - perhaps when they are ready to exit, but also often in the years preceding this with a view to increasing the value before going to market. The big question though, how can the value be increased?

Why East Anglia must be part of the Post-Brexit freeport movement

Paul Briddon
Brexit, News
3 min read

In the sixth of our series of weekly Brexit Blogs, Paul Briddon outlines how plans to create ten UK Freeports after Brexit could benefit our region.

Government extends Annual Investment Allowance (AIA)

Shaun Davison
1 min read

In lieu of the autumn budget, the government have confirmed the £1 million Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) will be extended until 1 January 2022.

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