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Business on the rebound

Dyke Yaxley have launched a programme of online presentations to support business owners as lockdown is eased. The team have unveiled their “Rebound and Recover” initiative aimed at businesses of all sizes and in all sectors...


Property tax changes begin to bite

The housing market has been given the green light to reopen after nearly two months of lockdown, which is good news for buyers, sellers, estate agents and solicitors...


We welcome new Director, Elwyn Turner, to the team

Managing Director, Marie Bramwell said:"Elwyn has almost three decades of practice experience and we're delighted to see him joining us, as his knowledge will be invaluable to our growing team"...


Finance is key to smooth transition

Before your business can even think about re-opening, there are many steps you will need to consider as it's vital that staff - and customers - are confident they will be safe at all times...


Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) Claims Update

Your guide to the application process...


How businesses can offer services, funds and volunteers to civil society during the coronavirus outbreak

Guidance for businesses seeking to help voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations during the coronavirus outbreak...


Self employed to start claiming coronavirus grants

Income support scheme opens ahead of schedule...


Adapting to business life under lockdown

Despite the current uncertainty, some businesses are demonstrating high levels of business agility; looking for new routes to market, new opportunities and new ways of doing business with both new and existing customers...


Charity News Spring 2020

This issue includes useful guidance on coping with the impact of Covid-19, setting a charity's future strategy and how to report serious incidents to the Charity Regulators...


Bounce Back Loans

Small loans backed 100% by the Government, up to a maximum of £50k or 25% of turnover (the lower of)...


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