Sunday, May 9, 2021

Streets detail fourth SEISS grant, SDLT and new temporary loss relief rules in latest update

In its latest Business Support Update, Streets Chartered Accountants provide details of the fourth SEISS grant, the new non-resident Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) surcharge, the new temporary loss relief rules announced during Budget 2021.

Moreover, it provides the recording of its recent Finance Leaders Update event.

In the first of two episodes of The Streets Sessions this week, the firm talks to Martyn Shakespear, Banking and Finance Director with BTG Advisory, about the Recovery Loan Scheme and the other options open to businesses looking for funding for working capital, expansion and for re-financing.

The second episode is an Entrepreneurs special – three inspiring and resilient entrepreneurs talk openly about the opportunities and challenges they have faced over the last 12 months.

The guests are Leo Scott Smith (founder and CEO of Tended, one of the 10 Rising Stars in the UK tech (Tech Nation) and one of Forbes 30 Under 30), Noel Reeves (serial entrepreneur, investor, start-up mentor & advisor and CEO of Rocket Exhibition Services and Rocket Global Services) and Amy Wallis (founder of the award-winning marketing agency, Marketinn).

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