News and events from TaxCalc
At TaxCalc we've been working hard to play our part during the COVID-19 pandemic. Different members of the TaxCalc family have been doing projects to try and help the situation for others, such as 3D printing visors or sewing scrubs for the NHS. These projects, however, require machinery or at least some level of skill that not everyone has. Several people, however, have home computers that are sat doing nothing during the workday.Read more
Due to the closure of Companies House office, the ability to fast track company registrations and certain company information has been SUSPENDED until further notice. Companies House have advised customers that any incorporation or change of name filings with the same day indicator will fail validation.Read more
The Charity Commission has advised that charities due to submit an Annual Return imminently, but are unable to do so, can email them to request a filing extension. Coronavirus guidance for the charity sector provides information in response to the most commonly asked questions about operating during this period.Read more
More than 285,000 businesses have already applied for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme since it went live on Monday 20 April.
To be sure payment comes through to employers before the end of the month, applications need to be made today (Wednesday 22 April)Read more
As a family business, we hold dear the values that keeps a family together: respect, loyalty, caring for one another, belief in making the future better.
We have an amazing, devoted team that knows the importance of getting our products right and doing the right thing by our customers. In many ways our customers are like family to us. Many of them have been with us from the beginning. They get in touch when they need our help and in turn advise us on improving our products so they are the best they can be. Our customers stick up for us and it’s only right that we do all we can to support them during these uncertain and worrying times.Read more
We're living in very strange and surreal times. Times when we have to self-isolate, where we can no longer go into the office or meet our clients face-to-face. Times when we have to find other ways to communicate with each other and access our systems remotely.
Businesses are being forced to rethink how they work and how to adapt in a very short time frame.
So how can you keep your business running - as well providing your clients with the support they need to keep their businesses running too?Read more
Over the next few months, as your work and home life start to blur, lots of challenges will present themselves which will have an effect on you both, mentally and physically, whether you’re aware of them or not.
Here’s some practical steps you can take to help you stay calm, relaxed and focused.Read more