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No Accounting for Taste ep76: Accountants grapple with local lockdown restrictions

On this edition of No Accounting for Taste podcast, Alan Woods from Woods Squared reports on the expanded Job Support Scheme and what he’s doing to support clients through the local lockdown.

15th Oct 2020
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This week, Liverpool became the first city to be put under tight local lockdown restrictions. Alan Woods is based in Merseyside, so knows too well what the tier three rules will mean for Liverpudlian businesses.

Alan joins AccountingWEB’s Richard Hattersley and John Stokdyk to explain how he’s helping his clients’ content with the lockdown. Unsurprisingly then, Alan has a lot of interest in the expanded Job Support Scheme, announced by the Chancellor last week. But Alan calls for more certainty for his clients, as the Chancellor’s safety net for lockdown businesses doesn’t kick in until 1 November.

The team find out how Alan is contending with the new restrictions and how his support this time differs from the first lockdown. All this plus the latest headlines on AccountingWEB, including more on the Job Retention Bonus, the professional services grant and IR35.

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