The key tax issues to consider in the new normal – webinar
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22nd July 2020 @ 11:00 am - 11:45 am
As businesses move from lockdown to a phased reopening, there is heightened speculation that the Chancellor will announce measures in his planned Summer Economic Update on 8th July to help achieve a “V shaped” economic recovery.
Join MHA Tait Walker’s corporate, employment and VAT specialists for a round-up of the key tax issues that businesses should be considering as they move into recovery mode, including:
- The key announcements in the Summer Economic Statement
- The changes to furlough through to 31 October
- VAT – cashflow planning for deferred payments
- Corporate tax reliefs that all businesses should be reviewing
- Brexit update
- Making sure you keep the right people for “V shaped recovery” – plus termination payments and the traps
- Share incentives and values after Covid-19
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