Webinar recording: Budget 2021: an update for the real estate & construction sector

08.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

The chancellor delivered his second Budget and as expected, followed the unprecedented approach adopted at the March 2020 budget in continuing with massive central support for the UK economy. The level of borrowing and spending are truly ‘generational’ in their scale and the UK will be dealing with the aftermath of Coronavirus for decades to…

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Webinar recording: how will the Chancellor’s budget reforms affect you?

08.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

In this session we discussed the broad implications of the measures announced at the Budget and how they may affect you and your organisation. Top take aways from the budget Increase in the rate of corporation tax from 1 April 2023: Accelerate income and capital gains if possible so your company pays tax at 19%…

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Webinar recording: Reserves – more than just for a rainy day

08.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

Over two hundred people from various charities participated in our reserves webinar. The webinar was very interactive and the team covered everything from what are reserves used for, when to use them and common myths. Resources Some very useful resources and information: – What we do and how we can help you – New! Training…

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Professional Firms Insight: is your service company doing you a disservice?

05.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

A number of large professional partnerships own service companies, which employ the staff and recharge the partnership for the cost of doing so. Whilst there are often a number of very good commercial reasons for putting in place these structures, the cost of running them will get more expensive from 1 April 2023 following the…

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How to marry software choices with effective change management to accelerate digital transformation for SMEs

05.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles, MKS News

There’s an assumption that big companies with deep resources can invest in superior systems and accelerate their digital transformation at a much faster pace than smaller companies. But in reality, SMEs have many advantages. In fact there has perhaps never been a better time for SMEs to rapidly progress their digital transformation journey. With competition…

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Fintech investment remains strong in 2020

05.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

At a time when the only certainty was uncertainty itself, fintech investments stood out as beacons of resilience in 2020. Our research shows the sector maintained investment volume during the extraordinary year, even as overall growth capital investments fell 11% over the same period between 2019 and 2020. “The figures are encouraging, though not surprising,”…

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Hosting and recording online sessions during the Coronavirus pandemic

05.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

Schools are now generally more experienced and equipped to deliver online learning, with resources for delivering educational provision remotely. So, it remains of paramount importance that they follow the current government guidance on remote learning and ensure that they have safeguarded their staff and pupils from the risks associated with remote provision.

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Association Matters newsletter – March 2021

05.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

Welcome to our latest newsletter, specifically written for trade associations and membership bodies. In this issue: New off-payroll working rules for contractors and consultants Challenging complacency: Are your e-commerce services at risk of a cyber attack? Supporting employee wellbeing during and post-pandemic Webinar: Ransomware 2.0 – cyber criminals raise the stakes again If you would…

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Tax Facts 2021/22

04.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

Your online guide to UK tax rates for 2021/22.

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Budget 2021: Real Estate and Construction Tax

03.03.21 / Insight posted in Articles

In the March 2021 Budget, the government has followed the unprecedented approach adopted at the March 2020 budget in continuing massive central support for the UK economy. The level of borrowing and spending reported on and announced are truly ‘generational’ in their scale. The UK will be dealing with the aftermath of Coronavirus for decades…

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