Brexit News

Brexit News

Last week we saw former Brexit negotiator, Lord Frost, join the cabinet to take charge of forging a new relationship with the EU. The appointment indicates that negotiations between the UK and the EU will be ongoing for many years ahead. Lord Frost recently...
The Economy

The Economy

Last week we heard that the UK borrowed its highest ever January amount since 1993. It was the first time in 10 years that more has been borrowed in January than collected through tax and other income, and this emphasises the scale of Government borrowing to support...
Pre 6 April tax planning

Pre 6 April tax planning

With 6 weeks to go until the end of the Tax Year, it is time to make the most of your tax allowances this year.  The first step to making the most of your tax allowances can mean looking closely at your pension. UK residents under 75 can add money to a pension and...
A cautious release from the lockdown

A cautious release from the lockdown

Yesterday, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, outlined the government’s road map to release England from lockdown. Rules in England will be lifted in five-week stages and with four conditions that must be met at each stage. These are that the vaccination programme...
COVID-19 Government support news

COVID-19 Government support news

Below is our weekly roundup of changes to government support information generally and for businesses, employers and the self-employed. Prime Minister sets out roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England PM Boris Johnson has announced the government’s roadmap to...