AISMA 25th Anniversary Doctors Newsline

I am pleased to introduce you to the special 25th anniversary issue of the Doctor Newsline.

Exam Success

Some good news!! Monica, Nathan and James have all recorded passes of papers at the Professional Level. Nathan recorded a brilliant 89% on the Financial Accounting and Reporting paper. In addition, Amy completed her Level 4 Apprenticeship with a Distinction. read more >

CORONAVIRUS – JOB RETENTION SCHEME UPDATE

The government released additional guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme over the weekend.  Full details are here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-for-wage-costs-through-the-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme

AISMA Doctor Newsline-April 2020

AISMA Doctor Newsline

I am pleased to introduce you to the Spring 2020 edition of AISMA Doctor Newsline, the newsletter for GPs and practice managers published by our membership organisation, the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants. Please click here to view.

Coronavirus – Self-Employed Support plus Job Retention Details

SELF-EMPLOYED SUPPORT On 26th March, the Chancellor announced how the government plans to support self-employed individuals during this outbreak.  For full details please see here. There will be a direct grant of 80% of profits, up to £2,500 per month read more >

VAT DEFERRAL ADVICE

HMRC will be supporting businesses during COVID-19 by deferring VAT payments for 3 months.  The deferral will apply from 20 March 2020 until 30 June 2020.  All UK business are eligible and there is an automatic offer with no application required.

Covid-19 update for businesses and employees

Covid-19 update for businesses and employees

Friday evening saw Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor Rishi Sunak announce new measures and provide further detail on the support the Government is offering during the Coronavirus outbreak to both businesses and their employees.

Coronavirus update – Beech Business Services and Barlow Andrews

The Chancellor has announced a further series of measures to financially help individuals and businesses affected by COVID-19.

Coronavirus – Beech Business Services and Barlow Andrews

Given the increasing uncertainty around the impact of the Coronavirus, we’ve been monitoring the situation closely. And while we cannot control what happens with the spread of the virus, we can control how we respond to it.

Robust policies and contingency plans are in place to ensure we can flexibly deploy our staff in the event of absence due to an outbreak of the virus, meaning that our business can continue to provide front line services.

2020 Budget Summary

Our summary of the Chancellor’s 2020 Budget is now available, please click here to view.

Following the UK’s departure from the EU, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented the 2020 Budget against a backdrop of economic uncertainty.