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November 2020

When will you be able to claim your state pension?

There have been a number of things driving the increases in the pension age over the last few years, and women have been particularly affected by this as their state pension age has increased from 60 to 66 in that time.  For men the increase has been less extreme, with the age increasing by only one year from 65 to 66.

Airbnb Landlords Income and HMRC

You may have seen recent headlines about the tax affairs of Airbnb in the UK and that HMRC have charged them with an additional £1.8 million of tax following an investigation. If you are a UK citizen, or a general fan of tax payments you may think that sounds good as the company didn’t seem to be paying enough tax. But how will this change affect Airbnb hosts? 

How to improve your business' cash flow with cloud accounting for start ups to large businesses

Covid 19 has wreaked havoc for all business sectors but has had a very significant impact on the hospitality and leisure sector, which subsequently then expands into other businesses in terms of supply chains and consumer demand. 

Academies accounts return

The academies accounts return (AR) online form is now live for users to complete and submit their trust’s return by the deadline of 23 February 2021.

Are you eligible for the Bounce Back Loan Top Up?

Lenders that had previously offered bounce back loans (BBL) are now able to offer borrowers a top up if they originally took out less than the maximum amount. 


Trying to do the right thing by the company’s employees, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders whilst ensuring ongoing compliance with their fiduciary duties will be challenging, however, changes have been made to the insolvency regime to provide directors with breathing space to explore their options.

New national lockdown and changes to business support measures

New national lockdown and changes to business support measures

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) commonly known as the furlough scheme will be extended until the 30 April 2021. The most recent update (further extending the life of the scheme) was announced by the Chancellor Rishi Sunak on 17 December 2020. 

Delay of Job Retention Bonus

Following the extension of the CJRS, it has been confirmed that the Job Retention Bonus will not be paid in February. The government will instead redeploy a retention incentive at the appropriate time. 

Self Employed Income Support Scheme Extension (SEISS)

The Government has provided more support for the self employed in the latest March 2021 Budget announcement. 

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