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PKF Francis Clark - 07 08 2020

Sympathy for the poor landlord?

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PKF Francis Clark - 06 08 2020

£20 million in new grants to boost recovery of small businesses – what we know

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PKF Francis Clark - 06 08 2020

Delichon’s buggies are a lockdown lifesaver

All-terrain buggies manufactured by a family business in the New Forest have been hailed a lockdown lifesaver by families of children with disabilities. Delichon has responded to a rise in demand for its pioneering Delta Buggy after adapting operations...

Insights - Johnston Carmichael - 05 08 2020

HMRC preferential creditor status restored – what this means for lenders and directors

HMRC’s secondary preferential creditor status was restored on 22 July when the Finance Act 2020 received Royal Assent. This makes HMRC, once again, a priority creditor to pay when a company goes into administration or liquidation from 1 December 2020.

Insights - Johnston Carmichael - 05 08 2020

Building a resilient business - cash flow and funding

There are a number of potential liquidity headwinds which many businesses will face in the coming months as Government support initiatives start to unwind, deferred liabilities such as HMRC payments fall due, and capital holidays on debt facilities com...

Insights - Johnston Carmichael - 05 08 2020

Coronavirus Job Retention Bonus: what you need to know

The Chancellor announced the introduction of the Coronavirus Job Retention Bonus last month, in a step to reduce the number of people being made redundant as the furlough scheme unwinds. The bonus rewards employers who successfully bring back employers...

Insights - Johnston Carmichael - 04 08 2020

Market Commentary July 2020

There was no fourth consecutive monthly gain for the FTSE 100 index as its winning streak came to a halt. Fears of a second wave of COVID-19 being underway in Europe, local lockdowns being imposed and a new two week quarantine requirement on travellers...

Insights - Johnston Carmichael - 04 08 2020

Assess, assess and re-assess

I realised quite early on in lockdown that I needed to exercise more. My commute now consisted of around six easy steps across the corridor into the spare bedroom – a far cry from the train journey and walk along Princes Street to our West End Edinburg...

Insights - Johnston Carmichael - 31 07 2020

It won’t be me, will it?

I recently received one of the most difficult phone calls I have had from a client, informing me that his son had passed away. We spoke for a few minutes and I offered to help in any way I could, not that I was able to. His son had left behind a wife a...

PKF Littlejohn News - 31 07 2020

Brexit – is your insurance business ready?

The critical moment is approaching.  From 1 January 2021, only an EU regulated insurance carrier or intermediary may undertake EU insurance work. It is perhaps surprising that a number of companies are not yet ready for the effects of Brexit. In the ...

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