Member Since: 15th Nov 2012
21st Mar 2020
Yep, I agree.
18th Mar 2020
This is what The British Bank say
IMPORTANT UPDATE: At Budget 2020, the Chancellor announced that a ‘Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme’ (CBILS) will temporarily replace the Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG), becoming available over the coming weeks.
It will operate in a similar way to EFG and be provided by the British Business Bank, but will offer more attractive terms for both businesses and lenders, with the aim of supporting the continued provision of finance to UK businesses during the Covid-19 outbreak.
As well as loans, there are many other types of finance supported by the programme, depending on the provider. You can find out what type of finance they provide on our partner page.
Disclaimer: We are in the process of defining and agreeing the scheme’s details, specifications and eligibility and therefore information is subject to change. We will be updating our webpages to reflect any potential changes to CBILS as and when they are published.
WEBPAGES WILL BE UPDATED OVER THE COMING DAYS TO PROVIDE MORE INFORMATION.
The British Business Bank’s CBILS facilitates business finance to smaller businesses that are viable but unable to obtain finance due to having insufficient security to meet the lender’s normal requirements. The borrower always remains 100% liable for the debt.
In this situation, CBILS provides the lender with a government-backed 80% guarantee against the outstanding facility balance, potentially enabling a ‘no’ credit decision from a lender to become a ‘yes’.
12th Dec 2019
Sage will, as long as you mark it as an amendment.
11th Apr 2019
If your practice is a super as it sounds, I would be interested to know what salary you are offering for part time rural idyll.
3rd Apr 2019
We have had this a few times - quick call to the agent line and they will correct it for you. Another known error!
26th Mar 2019
I believe the £30 covers the whole suite of letters - at least it did when I purchased them - and it is well worth the expense.
We have tailored some of the letters to more suit our circumstances / preference but I was much happier knowing they included everything I needed as advised by ACCA.
We also received a really useful update re MTDfV which I would have had to write myself otherwise.
I think terms and conditions will be a matter of preference. I prefer to have it all within one letter.
18th Mar 2019
The ones I deal with are a mixture of spreadsheet and manual and have never required anything more.
18th Mar 2019
Get well soon.
25th Feb 2019
Just one of the many annoyances.
Fortunately not many of ours actually had the money repaid, it just sat on the account as an overpayment. A quick call to the helpline - they know it is an issue - and it is sorted.
Working in that call centre must be a miserable job!!
22nd Feb 2019
We have this problem with HSBC.
As you say, the paper notification arrives afterwards BUT the client often receives the notification earlier and calls up asking for their money - then you have to manually check records to see what belongs to who.
Not the biggest HMRC headache we have but a pain nonetheless.