Given the breadth of the chaos caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, it wouldn't be fair to single out a particular industry or sector that has been hardest hit. However, hospitality and housing are unquestionably reeling from the impact. For UK movers, this year has been a si...
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This past weekend saw the announcement we had long anticipated - another lockdown. As well as the return to movement restrictions, the government has announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will not end on 31st October 2020 as planned, but will be extended until ...
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So there's a lot to love about this time of year; crispy autumn sunshine, beautiful colours on the trees, hot chocolate... That said, the clocks are set to go back an hour this weekend, and along with the loss of an hour's sleep, a lot of people find the shorter days, earlie...
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As the pandemic rolls on, it seems that the 'second wave' is well and truly here, with new localised lockdowns being announced almost daily. Those financial support schemes first announced back in April have begun to taper out, and so new programmes have been launched to sup...
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As UK business sectors begin to resume pre-pandemic trading, albeit with new safety precautions in place, the new deadlines to file and pay Capital Gains Tax (CGT) are now being enforced. We've summed up all you need to know to ensure you stay on top of your tax liabilities,...
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September 2020 is like no new term in recent memory. It signals the reopening of schools, many of which have been closed since March. Millions of UK workforce members are returning to offices that they haven't visited in six months. Hundreds of thousands of furlough schemes ...
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Across the UK, we've seen the mercury rising, just as many of us return to work, businesses reopen, and schools gear up for a new term. This storm of stress has compounded tensions, with any slightest friction quickly coming to a head in sweltering conditions. How ...
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While government grants are hailed as having helped millions of businesses survive the Covid-19 lockdown and saving many more millions of jobs, there was always going to be vulnerability that the system would be abused, manipulated, or just misunderstood. It is difficult to ...
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If you're running your own business or thinking of starting one up, deciding which trading structure to choose is always a bit of a puzzle! There are pros and cons to both trading as a limited company and as a sole trader, but the most critical factor is to understand p...
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Our modern lives run at a faster pace than ever before! It never ends; it never slows down - and we are seeing more and more people suffering from burnout. The HSE reports that in 2018/19 no less than 12.8 million working days were lost due to stress...
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