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After a full year and a half, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, or what's become universally known as furlough, ends this month on 30th September. While around three million people are now back to work, there remain many businesses that are just starting to resume normal...
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The Job Retention Scheme seems to have been around forever, and something around eleven million workers have benefited from over the last few months. Now, furlough isn't suddenly falling off a cliff (the scheme runs until September 2021), but it is about to change. Here we'v...
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Following yesterday's Budget, the SAS team has compiled this summary of the most significant announcements to help you see where this might impact your business and trading to plan for the coming months....
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After weeks of speculation, this weekend we heard more indicative news that the Stamp Duty holiday, which saves buyers up to £15,000 on every UK property purchase, is likely to be extended for a further six weeks. Let's consider how this is likely to impact the property mar...
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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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After a full year and a half, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, or what's become universally known as furlough, ends this month on 30th September. While around three million people are now back to work, there remain many businesses that are just starting to resume normal...
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