CHARTERED CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANTS AND REGISTERED AUDITORS  
Grow, Nurture, Succeed 
 
CHARTERED CERTIFIED  
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 
Grow, Nuture, Succeed 
 
Following Chancellor, Rishi Sunak’s announcement on 20th March 2020 that VAT payments are set to be deferred to help businesses through the COVID19 pandemic, we take a look at the most commonly asked questions we have received so far. 
Here are the links for EVERY county across Wales' application forms for the Covid-19 Grants for businesses registered to pay business rates in Wales 👇 
Controversial IR35 tax reforms aimed to crackdown on “disguised employment” have been deferred for a year as part of government efforts to ease pressure on businesses and the self-employed during the coronavirus outbreak.. 
One of our partners, William Hughes, has been doing quite a bit of research into the grants available to businesses who have business rates in the ‘Retail, Hospitality and Leisure’ sectors, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. 
William Hughes has been doing some more investigative work on the new 'Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme' for all our clients, and our local business community. 
We know this is a worrying time for business owners and we want to provide as much information as we possibly can so you are up to date with the latest Government information. 
One area that we are keen to clear up URGENTLY is the deferral of liabilities for those who are self-employed. 
This does not mean you can defer your accounts paperwork and VAT returns! 
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