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The government’s world-leading scheme to support the self-employed has today opened for claims – weeks ahead of schedule.
The government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will remain open until the end of October, the Chancellor announced today (Tuesday 12 May 2020).
This scheme will issue convertible loans between £125,000 to £5 million to innovative companies which are facing financing difficulties due to the coronavirus outbreak.
New 100% government backed loan scheme for small business
Britain’s small businesses will be able to apply for quick and easy-to access loans of up to £50,000 from today – with the cash expected to land within days.
Businesses with supply chains which rely on Trade Credit Insurance and who are experiencing difficulties maintaining cover due to Coronavirus will get support from the government, the Economic Secretary to the Treasury, John…
Employers will be able to make claims through the Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme from 26 May.
The Government has announced the UK’s new MFN tariff regime, the UK Global Tariff (UKGT).
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Tax free saving for your first home and later life: what is a LISA, who can apply, 25% government bonus, withdrawal charges
Homeowners struggling to pay their mortgage due to Coronavirus will be able to extend their mortgage payment holiday for a further three months, or start making reduced payments, in proposals published today.
The Chancellor has made a further Treasury Direction in relation to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme extended by one month to reflect continuing social distancing measures.
Thousands more employees will able to receive support through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) after the eligibility date was extended to 19 March 2020, the government announced today.
The government’s £500 million Future Fund opens for applications today (Wednesday 20 May) with innovative and high-growth British businesses able to secure investment to help them through the Coronavirus outbreak.
Culture Secretary accelerates release of funding in further boost for charities and social enterprises across the country
New figures on the UK-wide government support schemes for individuals and businesses have been published today, Tuesday 19 May 2020.
Rishi Sunak announces world-leading scheme to support the UK’s self-employed affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Information for businesses and employers in Northern Ireland
Government extends maximum loan size available through the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme from £50 million to £200 million.
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