Member Since: 27th Oct 2019
19th May 2020
With all due respect i think you either should have faith on your accountant or change to another one.
They are not proactively suggesting this, have you thought there may be a reason?
Have you tried asking your accountant the reason?
6th May 2020
What are the prices of these softwares? I just tried a quick look on receipt bank and I could not see the prices
4th May 2020
It comes to down is it needed to work safely?
If yes, then I think legally any employer has to provide face masks under the duty of ensuring you are giving your employee a safe working environment
23rd Apr 2020
Personally would you go with ICAEW guideline or gov.uk?
If there is no guideline from gov then I would without doubt rely on the ICAEW or Acca ciot etc
22nd Apr 2020
I think people only look at the grants and if they feel they are not eligible they feel they have no support at all.
What Rishi is saying is that he can not cover everyone, which lets be pragmatic, is unfortunately true. Otherwise he would need a lot of schemes as someone is always left out saying “what about us”
But he is saying that we are covering everyone because if you can not get the grants, you can get universal credit. If not that you have the interest free loans to keep your business ticking over.
The fact is most people don’t wont loans for the interim period but only grants. That is what I feel is why the government feel we have covered pretty much everyone vs public saying no you have not
21st Apr 2020
Just to confirm you are referring to the director being paid via PAYE right
Or is it a simple dr expense and cr DLA
And when paid Dr DLA and Cr cash
because then they wont be eligible if not paid via PAYE - and if they are paid via PAYE, then the amount will be based on thaty
19th Apr 2020
The examples given calculate the Ers NI claimabe based on the furloughed salary - not actual salary.
Otherwise you are 'in the money' if you paying furloughed salary and hence due ers NI on that but are claiming on full salary
17th Apr 2020
Is there not universal credit for those who can not furlough themself but have next to no income?
So it’s not exactly as they have been left out.
I do understand the sentiments but then where does it stop?
Next it will be the new self employed or the self employed but just formed a limited company or the one who started a new job and is not accepted by previous employer to be rehired and then furlough, etc.
I think I can comprehend the fact that they can not make a policy for each and everyone but my slight annoyance is the fact all the other schemes do not consider the savings someone has but UC does. So if you don’t fall in the other schemes, then your only course of action is UC; but if you have savings then even that is reduced or nil.
15th Apr 2020
Oh ok so it’s an advantage for 100+ employees companies.
Imagine if you have 99 staff - that can take a hell of a long time to do
14th Apr 2020
I just tried to register for the webinar and it is full - not amazed at that but was also hoping they would have anticipated a large volume of registrants