Moore Thompson says Chancellor’s spending to protect and create jobs will be welcomed but warns of further changes in future Budget

East of England-based accountancy firm Moore Thompson has welcomed the Chancellor’s latest measures to protect and create jobs as the Government attempts to kick start the economy.   Businesses have been severely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic with the UK economy shrinking

Over £4.7bn worth of business up for grabs despite the economy being on lockdown

Peterborough/Cambridgeshire-based lead generation company Meet Hugo has curated a comprehensive infographic delving into the impact lockdown has had on UK business. To do this, the team sourced a variety of Government tender opportunities, which amounted to £4.7bn across the country. The IT,

DEBT RECOVERY: HOW SHOULD BUSINESSES TAILOR STRATEGIES DURING CORONAVIRUS

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has recently announced the introduction of temporary measures, to directly support consumers facing payment difficulties due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak. However, many creditors are themselves being hit by the challenges created by the current pandemic. This

Struggling businesses are encouraged to seek financial support by Moore Thompson through a new loan scheme

East of England accountancy firm, Moore Thompson, is highlighting the newly launched Bounce Back Loan scheme (BBLS) to small and medium-sized businesses after it was launched by the Government this week. Up until now, Moore Thompson has said that many businesses had

Manufacturing SMEs in the East Midlands could unlock £1.5bn through invoice finance

New research from Siemens Financial Services (SFS) estimates that £1.5bn could be freed up for SMEs in the manufacturing sector in East Midlands England through the use of invoice finance.[1] The report, entitled ‘Trapped Cash in the Manufacturing Sector – East Midlands’,

East of England accountants call on businesses to take advantage of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme extension

Accountancy firm, Moore Thompson, is calling on businesses to take advantage of an extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) eligibility date for employees until 19 March. Initially, businesses were told that individuals had to be employed on 28 February to