Forrester Boyd News May 2020

  • 21st May 2020

Mental Health Awareness Week

Coronavirus and the subsequent lockdown is having a huge impact on people’s mental well-being. Not only those people who are not working but also those who are. People are being im...

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  • 21st May 2020

Alan Nesbitt going the extra mile for charity!

Forrester Boyd partner Alan Nesbitt is taking part in HMT 2020: The Eighth of Spades - Virtual Ride to raise money for four charities - and you can help him to reach his goal. In t...

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  • 15th May 2020

Helping the self-employed get financial assistance (SEISS)

You can access the portal to make your application here

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  • 15th May 2020

Expenses and benefits in lockdown – what can you claim?

The coronavirus pandemic and following imminent lockdown impacted everyone overnight. With many people having to work from home or becoming furloughed, there are wide ranging finan...

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  • 14th May 2020

Health & Safety Ranked Top concern for businesses emerging from lockdown

Cash Flow comes second, Client Confidence third

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  • 7th May 2020

Practical checklist to help SMEs prepare for returning to work post lockdown

We know how tough the past few weeks have been for you and with an easing of lockdown rules approaching, getting your business ready for operating in a post-lockdown world has its ...

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  • 4th May 2020

The Road to Recovery

We explore what you can do to prepare your business for the 'road to recovery'.

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  • 4th May 2020

SMEs - supporting you through lockdown and into recovery

We are now into week seven of the UK lockdown and we have had to adapt to remote working as have many other businesses. For some businesses however, this has not been an option. Ma...

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  • 1st May 2020

Coronavirus help for the self-employed and ‘gig’ workers

Self-employed – what you’re entitled to If you are self-employed or a member of a partnership you may be entitled to claim a taxable grant worth 80% of your trading profits, up to ...

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