Navigating through the various job retention and job support schemes, and the impact they haves on other areas of employment tax, can be challenging. Understanding these rules and avoiding the pitfalls is key to employers making it through these difficult times. And as we begin to get back on track, it is more important than ever for employers to consider the most tax efficient ways to reward employees as well as highlight areas for cost saving. Read our latest guides and insights.
It is clear that as businesses emerge from lockdown, things will look very different from just four months ago. Crowe’s ‘Getting Back on Track’ is a suite of business insight tools which address the urgent need to fund losses you might have sustained through to planning for a successful, strategic and operational safe return and a prosperous future. In addition, you will find links to our Business and Personal Change Success tools. We will continue to update this content as more funding streams are revealed and best practice develops for individuals and businesses alike.
Based on academic research and an up to the minute understanding of these rapidly evolving fraud and cybercrime issues, our series of insights can protect you and your business now and in to the future.
As the lockdown measures ease and businesses get back on track, future funding needs remain uncertain for many. With the 31 January 2021 deadline for CBILS and CLBILS applications, we have gathered a suite of guidance to help navigate the process as well as survive and thrive post COVID-19.
Businesses continue to face cashflow uncertainty and cash management will be critical to business success in the coming months. Making the most of tax reliefs and close management of your taxes will contribute to your resources for investment for the future. Read some of our latest insights and guidance.
Temporary VAT rate reduction to 5% for the hospitality and tourism industry - how should businesses prepare, to take advantage of the reduced VAT rates beginning on 15 July 2020 and continue until Tuesday 12 January 2021.
Services that are paramount in the current crisis
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic it is vital that certain obligations and processes are carried out effectively and correctly. Here are two essential areas of tax management.
Employee health and wellbeing remains a priority for business. With the many employees now working from unplanned locations, there has been an increased focus from employers wanting to better understand the impact this has on business. Read our latest insights and guides.
There is much that charities and non profits need to consider as a consequence of COVID-19 now and going forward. Our insights cover a range of areas of interest to these organisations.
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Emerging from uncertain times
Organisations must map out a route forward to navigate the current – and coming – social and economic uncertainty that arises from the COVID-19 crisis.
View all our ‘Emerging from uncertain times’ insights.
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private wealth specialists Rebecca Durrant and Phil Smithyes.
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specialists Stacy Eden and Paul Fay
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Head of Pension Funds, Andrew Penketh.
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Trade specialists Darren Rigden and Rob Marchant, partners at Crowe.