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Furlough Scheme Extension or Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Extension

While the spread of COVID-19 has been mostly under control, several high incidence areas remain on lockdown, with still plenty of businesses forced to shut down temporarily. That’s why the government announced the extension of the furlough scheme, also known as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), until December. As part of the government’s plan for economic recovery …

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Additional Grants for England Businesses

“No business should be punished for doing the right thing,” says Business Secretary Alok Sharma, as Ministers announced additional business grants of up to £1,500 for businesses affected by localised lockdowns. Resource – https://www.gov.uk/government/news/ministers-announce-new-grants-for-businesses-affected-by-local-lockdowns As part of the continuous COVID-19 interventions, localised lockdowns are implemented in high incidence areas. Businesses interrupted by these targeted restrictions …

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How Businesses Can Protect Themselves From A Second COVID 19 Wave?

“It gets worse before it gets better.” The economic recession caused by the infamous Coronavirus has crippled UK businesses big and small. No matter the size of the establishment, be it sole propriety or corporation, every business has faced its own set of challenges – and unfortunately, some of them did not come out as victors. This …

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