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HMRC launches 13,000 investigations into COVID-19 support schemes

The Marketing Team
News, COVID-19
1 min read

HMRC has launched nearly 13,000 investigations into alleged abuse of the government's coronavirus (COVID-19) financial support schemes.

Over 280,000 families now using Tax-Free Childcare

The Marketing Team
News, Tax
2 min read

More than 282,000 working families used a Tax-Free Childcare (TFC) account during March 2021, according to figures from HMRC.

Apprenticeship cash boost

The Marketing Team
1 min read

The government has confirmed that employers of all sizes in England can now apply for £3,000 in extra funding to help them take on new apprentices.

Lovewell Blake shortlisted for major rural award

The Marketing Team
2 min read

A regional firm of chartered accountants which has a leading team of rural and agricultural specialists is in the running to be named one of the best rural businesses in the UK after being shortlisted for a regional Rural Business Award.

Future of subsidies and climate change revealed as key farming challenges – but majority still optimistic about the future, says new survey

The Marketing Team
Agriculture, News
5 min read

The future of subsidies, climate change, and price volatility are the main challenges facing farming, according to a major new survey of farm businesses conducted by a leading East Anglian firm of chartered accountants as part of a national study.

Self-Employment Income Support Scheme – fifth grant

Shaun Davison
COVID-19, News
4 min read

Following the closure of the fourth Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grant on 31 May 2021, the government have announced further details of the fifth, and most likely final, SEISS grant.

Tax after coronavirus – disappointment at dismissal of Committee’s recommendations

Natalie Miller
Tax, News, COVID-19
3 min read

When the cross-party Treasury Committee made a series of recommendations to Government in March 2021, there were specific suggestions, some of which were introduced in the spring Budget, but also a more general plea for a clear tax strategy.

All change for CGT?

Natalie Miller
Tax, News
4 min read

Capital gains tax (CGT) affects lots of key, often pressured, circumstances for individuals – selling your home, getting divorced, running or investing in a business, or developing a small piece of land. Despite this, many people don’t realise how the tax works, or how to report and calculate any tax that’s due.

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