An extra £20m of funding has been made available for small businesses in England that have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. Here’s everything you need to know, and how you can apply for the grant. What is available to small businesses? The Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government has announced that grants ranging between […]READ MORE »
The deadline for businesses eligible for the first Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grant is approaching; all claims must be made by Monday 13th July. The scheme was introduced to support your self-employed business if it had been adversely affected by the Pandemic. Businesses must have been adversely affected by coronavirus when they claim the […]READ MORE »
With the Coronavirus causing cash flow issues for many, businesses have been increasingly looking towards the Government’s CBILS (Coronavirus Business Interruption Lending Scheme) initiative. What many haven’t realised is that the receipt of CBILS counts as notified state aid. When assessing whether a business is eligible to claim SME R&D Tax Relief, it first must […]READ MORE »
Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, we have remained committed to clients to help them navigate the many different business finance schemes introduced by Government. The situation we are facing can feel overwhelming; and for those who have worked for years to make successful businesses which are now at risk, being able to make a judgement on […]READ MORE »
Furlough Update We are about to enter a phase where the changes to the Furlough scheme, announced by the Government earlier this month will start to take effect. You will find the HMRC advice through this link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/changes-to-the-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme/changes-to-the-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme. However a brief summary of the changes is set out below. The CJR Scheme will close on […]READ MORE »
As you may already be aware, HMRC gave businesses the option to defer their VAT payments if they were unable to pay them on time without incurring penalties or late payment interest; as part of the Government’s support for businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic. Payment of VAT due between 20 March and 30 June 2020 […]READ MORE »
Friday [29 May 2020] saw the Chancellor clarify the expected changes to the Furlough scheme, introduced at the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis and also announce a welcome extension to the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (“SEISS”). Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (“CJRS”) Full details can be found at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-for-wages-through-the-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme The furlough scheme will finish at the […]READ MORE »
On Tuesday [12 May] the Chancellor announced that the “furlough scheme” – more formerly referred to as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) – would be extended for a further four months until the end of October 2020. Before this announcement, the scheme was due to run until 30 June, having already been extended from […]READ MORE »
The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) portal is now open and we at Champion have already assisted a number of our clients with the claims process, which thankfully, is fairly straightforward. To make a claim, you will need your: Self Assessment UTR National Insurance number Government Gateway user ID and password Bank details – account […]READ MORE »
On Sunday we are expecting to hear from the Prime Minister about what steps are to be introduced to allow lockdown to be eased and for some “normality” to return to our lives. As we contemplate what the economy might look like when we can begin a return to work, we have set out an […]READ MORE »
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