Guidance for businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak
FREE help & advice for employers & businesses regarding government help, grants & loans
We’re offering FREE help to everyone during this time.
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Small, medium and large businesses alike are facing extreme financial difficulties as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. With the government’s advice for people to self isolate and avoid social gatherings, the knock on effect is already devastating hundreds of thousands of SMEs.
We have decided to dedicate our time and resources to helping all businesses with free, impartial advice.
With the expected announcement to be made imminently about the financial support that will be made available from the PM this afternoon, there will be a lot of uncertainty as to who is eligible for help, and how to apply. We will be able to answer all your questions, and help guide you and your company through this unstable time, ensuring you get the most amount of help you can.
Please fill out the contact form below, and we’ll contact you as soon as the announcement has been made, along with details on how to apply:
What we know so far.
The government has announced small businesses that already pay little or no business rates will be eligible for a one-off coronavirus grant worth up to £3,000. However, as of 17 March, the Chancellor increased this amount to £10,000.
Around 700,000 businesses in England currently eligible for Small Business Rate Relief (SBBR) or Rural Rate Relief can apply for the emergency funding.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy will be writing to local authorities this week to outline the scheme, and encourage local authorities to prepare.
Once up-and-running, your local authority will contact you.
This additional funding for local authorities who collect business rates is part of a package of fiscal measures to help small business survive the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus grant only applies to small business in England. Business rates in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are set by their devolved administrations.
Detailed information can be found on the Government website.