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A self-employed individual (including a partner in a partnership) may claim support in the form of a grant under the Self-employed Income Support Scheme (the ‘SEISS’). The key points of the SEISS are set out below. A person trading through a limited company is not eligible for the SEISS. See here for the support available to company directors. An...

A self-employed individual (including a partner in a partnership) may claim support in the form of a grant under the Self-employed Income Support Scheme (the ‘SEISS’). The key points of the SEISS are set out below. A person trading through a limited company is not eligible for the SEISS. See here for the support available to company directors. An...

When it comes to filing taxes in the UK, the muddled details often confuse small businesses. Well, the financial language comes across as alien to many small businesses in the UK. What’s more, is that the navigation of filing requirements can be more time-consuming for a startup business. That said, the cloud of unfamiliarity can...

There is no simple answer as to how businesses can increase profit margins during these tumultuous times. Whether you function as a small or corporate company, optimism needs to prevail to get the desired profit margins. Ordinarily, how you reduce costs will lead to more revenue growth for your business. Several businesses, for instance, are...

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