November 2021 UK GDP estimate up 0.7% on February 2020.
Shoppers limited their in-store trips to avoid COVID variant.
Omicron variant sparks new support measures for hardest-hit firms.
Rebates available from January 2022.
Firms can claim one-off grants of up to £6k.
Hospitality takings could fall 40% during vital trading period.
The scheme remains open for small and medium-sized firms until 30 June 2022.
State of economy cited as major problem for businesses.
Services grow by 0.7%, spurred by in-person GP appointments.
50% discount available, up to maximum of £110,000.
Better than expected growth to oversee economic recovery.
Economy grows by 0.4% in August after -0.1% slump in July.
Pre-pandemic stamp duty land tax rates are back in place until at least 31 March 2022.
The renewed scheme could become less generous to firms.
Pre-pandemic regime is back in place.
Trade bodies demand temporary rate be made permanent.
Around 1m people were still furloughed.
Monthly borrowing remains above pre-pandemic levels.
End to pandemic-related subsidisation pushes up food prices.
GDP grows by 0.1% in July 2021.
Britons’ savings down in July but above expectations.
Borrowing is second highest on record for that month.
Year to July 2021 inflation rate hovers above 2% target.
Reports suggest the Government might be about to break a manifesto pledge.
Report suggests National Insurance contributions could rise 1%.
House prices drop for the first time in 2021.
Hospitality and retail bounce back in Q2 2021.
Business start-ups in 2021 up by 22% from previous year.
It will cover costs in the event of cancellation.
The UK economy grew by 0.4% in the UK.
Self-employed taxpayers have until 30 September 2021 to submit their claims.
One in five businesses say they are likely to make redundancies.
One in five remain unsure about their debt repayments.
The proportion of retail sales fell in the same period.
Business confidence in the sector remains low, however.
Borrowing in June 2021 was the second highest on record.
Rising prices coincides with unlocking of UK economy.
Critics argue millions have been “excluded” from support.
Growth was primarily driven by the service sector.
BBLS applications accounted for the majority of claims.
The cost equates to £10,076 per business.
Some review packs require a reply for renewal.
The furlough scheme begins winding down.
Rates will change from today.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak rejects extension pleas as COVID-19 restrictions extend.
Tax receipts were £1.7bn higher than predicted.
Furlough fraud was previously thought to be £3.5bn.
Furlough is to be phased out from 1 July.
Local holidays and hospitality drove the boost.
Updated templates should make the system easier.
It will end on the originally planned date.
HMRC also implies working parents might be better off using tax-free childcare.
It is a return to pre-pandemic inflation levels.
The employment rate remains below pre-pandemic levels.
The Chancellor extended the increase by six months.
More than 550,000 workers have already claimed.
It failed to indulge any specific fiscal policies.
Eviction bans are to end in July.
The debt-to-income ratio was 250% in 1947.
700,000 people are to benefit from the scheme.
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Everything you need to know as the fourth tranche of taxable grants open.
VAT and corporation tax took the biggest total hits.
HMRC should have already alerted applicants.
Food prices fell over the same period.
The unemployment rate “has begun to stabilise”.
It aims to increase supply of 5% deposit mortgages.
Businesses can still make arrangements to avoid penalties.
The new scheme is open to businesses big and small.
GDP remained below February 2020 levels, however.
Consumer confidence rebounds as lockdown measures ease.
Another round of government-backed loans are available.
Holidays extended in England, Northern Ireland and Wales.
The ONS estimated 1.7 million people were unemployed in January this year.
The process is available for a period of six months.
Borrowing was £17.6 billion higher than the same period last year.
The scheme is due to end in December 2021.
Furlough claims must be made by today.
The construction industry grew by 0.9% in January 2021.
An interim report will be published on 23 March.
The grant will cover 80% of average trading profits up to £7,500.
Tax returns for 2019/20 will now be taken into account.