Positive or negative? Business leaders debate elements of Budget 2021

Rishi Sunak has today announced his plan to help the UK out of recession following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in his 2021 Budget. It set out support for business in the form of furlough, help to grow…

Million more set to pay income tax by 2026

More than one million people are set to start paying income tax in the next five years, official forecasts say, due to a move announced in the Budget. Chancellor Rishi Sunak said that the threshold at which the tax…

The TEN ways Rishi Sunak’s Budget will affects you

With lives and livelihoods still at risk, Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget is focused on short-term support for people’s jobs and finances. But there are signs of what will happen next and how this will affect the money in your…

A positive response from the property industry to Budget 2021. Do you agree?

Despite the increase on Capital Gains Tax, word from the property sector has generally been positive. Especially with the opportunity to claim the ‘Super Deduction’ rate of 130% . Business Matters sought to acquire comments from leaders in the…

Rishi Sunak has published a budget punishing successful UK businesses

Whilst much of what the chancellor had to say has been welcomed by many SMEs the increase in corporation tax to 25 per cent on businesses making over £200,000 of profits from 2023 has been seen as the chancellor…

Disappointing response from the Chancellor on Business Rates today

The Chancellor has missed a golden opportunity to reassure businesses and clarify his business rates strategy in the Budget today. The Chancellor has followed through on expectations that he will extend the current 100% 2020/2021 business rates holiday for…

It’s good but is Budget 2021 too late? Small business advisors and industry leaders share their view

As the nation hung on every word that Chancellor Rishi Sunak spoke, the effects of his extensive Budget 2021 have received generally a positive response from SME business owners. However, some uncertainty is felt – the budget is relying…

Freeport for Liverpool City Region will create 14,000 jobs

The Liverpool City Region LEP and local business leaders have welcomed the announcement today that Liverpool City Region has been awarded Freeport status. A Free Trade Zone for the City Region will contribute around £850m GVA and create 14,000…

First Actions to take after getting Scammed on the Web

Getting scammed on the internet is very upsetting. It may ruin your day or even irreversibly change your life, depending on the severity of the damage caused. A description of such a case can be found on the Octapay…

The Chancellor is prolonging the agony by extending the furlough yet again

It’s strange to think that someone who has worked as an investment banker and is now the Chancellor under a Tory Government would turn out to be such a softy. Unfortunately, what he is doing by extending…

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