As businesses slowly continue to open, it is important you are marketing correctly to keep your customers updated with what is going on in your business.
A lot of thought is given to the operation of a business through normal working hours, but when the offices are closed, is just as important to consider.
Data from the 15th annual Women and Retirement Report suggests an increasing proportion of women are prepared for retirement.
Nottingham has become one of the UK’s rental property hotspots. In 2019 the city enjoyed the highest rent rise in the UK with average rents jumping by 5.8%.
If you have businesses (including your own) that are un-Furloughing employees and they are returning to work the following resources may be useful.
Self-employed workers across the UK will be able to access a second Grant from the government to cover lost income while the country is in lockdown.
HMRC has updated its guide for employers who have employees working from home due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The updated guidance reflects temporary changes.
With everyone being forced online to communicate, reviewing your digital presence and the amount that your audience is engaging with it, is key.
The Job Retention Scheme for employees is to be extended. The furlough scheme will also become flexible so you will be able to bring back staff part-time.
Choose how and when you can delay making your second payment on account for the 2019 to 2020 tax year when paying on or before 31 January 2021.