Latest guidance on the government's key support scheme for businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Help for business
Discover the support available to help businesses with cash flow, furloughing staff, directors' duties, making premises COVID-secure and managing your workforce.
Latest guidance on the government's key support scheme for the self employed, including details of the application process.
Cash flow and financial management are presenting a challenge to businesses of all sizes. This page offers practical advice on how to get cash flowing.
General guidance and resources for employers considering staff redundancies and individuals who might be facing it.
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|20 July 2021
||Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) - the fifth grant
This webinar will help you navigate the significant changes to the fifth SEISS grant, and will also cover tax return and compliance issues.
|25 May 2021||Commercial rent arrears – how landlords and tenants can work together to find a solution
A practical webinar giving guidance for commercial landlords and tenants on rent arrears recovery, lease negotiation strategies and restructuring rental payments for companies in financial distress.
|15 June 2021
Post-COVID recovery- views from across the world
What will our global economies look like when the pandemic is over, and how will we get there? What business models and working practices are here to stay? Join this ICAEW Virtually Live panel at to hear what leaders see as the future, leading to a world of sustainable economies. Panel: Julie Brown, CFO Burberry, Jaqueline Chan, CFO and Managing Director, DBS Bank Hong Kong and David Mellor, CEO, Crowe Global, US.
|No charge for ICAEW members, Community members and students||Watch now|
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ICAEW has called for the government to ramp up efforts to tackle regional inequalities and deliver the UK’s net zero commitment. Writing to the Chancellor, ICAEW argues that the Autumn Budget should include additional support for businesses and local authorities on reducing carbon emissions, as well as action to improve access to private finance outside of London.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies says that there may be spending cuts in some areas of the Spending Review and Autumn Budget.
Incidents of payment diversion fraud are on the rise due to increased home working leaving remote staff more susceptible to being tricked. Here’s how to spot the signs.