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22 Oct 2021
UK manufacturing output volumes in the quarter to October grew at a similarly firm pace to September, according to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
21 Oct 2021
A study carried out by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has showed that small firms are losing £25 billion per year as compliance costs and time lost to dealing with tax admin soar.
20 Oct 2021
Homeowners in England and Wales will be offered subsidies of £5,000 from next April to help them to replace old gas boilers with low carbon heat pumps.
19 Oct 2021
A single person will need post-tax annual income of £10,900 for a minimum standard of living in retirement, according to the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA).
18 Oct 2021
Businesses that are planning to operate in the UK's new freeports can now apply to HMRC.
15 Oct 2021
A joint statement issued by 41 of the UK's trade associations has called on the government to reform business rates in order to help unlock green investment.
14 Oct 2021
HMRC has reminded self assessment taxpayers that the deadlines for filing 2020/21 tax returns are now approaching.
13 Oct 2021
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will have 'little room for manoeuvre' in this month's Budget and Spending Review, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
12 Oct 2021
The Tax Faculty at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has urged the government to use the upcoming Autumn Budget to help accelerate work on building a modern UK tax system.
11 Oct 2021
A survey carried out by the Institute of Directors (IoD) has found that three in ten businesses plan on employing fewer people as a result of the increase in national insurance contributions (NICs).
08 Oct 2021
Business groups have warned Prime Minster Boris Johnson that the UK economy is fragile and the recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic remains on shaky ground.
07 Oct 2021
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has called on the government to introduce a tax super-deduction to plug an investment gap in retraining.
06 Oct 2021
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has warned that tax rises could threaten the UK's ongoing recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
05 Oct 2021
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has committed £500 million to renew job support programmes set up during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after the end of the furlough scheme last month.
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Stein Richards is monitoring carefully the escalating coronavirus situation. We are taking appropriate actions with the wellbeing of our clients, colleagues and our wider community being foremost in our minds.
From this week we will increase home working for all directors and employees. Clients should be reassured that our business infrastructure fully supports remote working and as such we expect to maintain the usual high level of service. We all remain available to support you in any way we can.
For the time being our offices remain open for clients where visits are essential and we would ask all visitors to take additional hygiene measures. Other than essential visits, we advise that you do not attend in person and that we work together ‘virtually’; We can be reached by phone, email and online conferencing calls in the usual ways. In the case of essential meetings in our offices, we will be asking attendees routine questions in advance about recent travel and possible exposure and, in all cases, will strive to limit the number of attendees.
The safety of our clients, staff and our wider community is paramount, but so too is ensuring that the high level of service expected by our clients is unaffected. We believe the measures which we are taking represent the most prudent course of action to achieve that balance.
We will remain in close contact with you and provide updates as the situation evolves.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding during this challenging time.
Robert Nissen and Rolanda Hyams