News18th January 2021
Setting goals for 2021, a year that seems so uncertain may, at first glance seem futile. In a sense all […]7th December 2020
Many businesses need to make sure they are ready for Brexit on January 1st .
Changes are happening with regards to importing and exporting with potential disruptions to supply chains.
Some fear the biggest backlog will be due to new paperwork/untested IT systems.
With announcements being made about top up payments and bounce back loan extensions, it can all start to feel like a bit of a minefield.
Simas will help you and your team to navigate through this minefield and outline what has been laid out.
Having an up to date knowledge and understanding of your credit score is becoming more valuable to businesses and individuals.
Appreciating what improves your score, and what actions have a negative impact is therefore important information also.
A handful of businesses have thrived during the lockdown but unfortunately many have really struggled.
As the governments drive for people to return to work continues, many businesses need to rebuild themselves.
But what does this look like?
Thousands of employees are now being required to work from home due to Covid-19.
But are they all claiming the tax back on the extra costs that are being incurred?
We outline exactly what you can claim and how to claim in this week’s blog.
From 3rd to 31st August, get a 50% discount when you eat-in at restaurants that are registered with the scheme.
It’s hoped the scheme will provide a boost to the hospitality industry, now that the national lockdown is easing. Use the search tool within our blog to see who near you is taking part.15th July 2020
As the IMF announce the economy will shrink by 3%, how do households and indeed companies stay afloat and continue to thrive?
Simas have complied six quick and easy to implement ways to future proof your finances.
Although the government has not confirmed when a post-coronavirus return to the office might happen, but companies have started strategising.
Being ‘Covid Secure’ has become the new buzz word – but what does it actually mean?
The UK Financial Intelligence Unit has published a guidance note on COVID-19 that sets out their recent observations about the rises in fraud.
They have also set out new Glossary Codes in relation to any COVID-19 suspicions, fraudulent use of Government Priority Schemes and fraudulent use of the HMRC Self-Assessment Tax Refunds system.