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A new online guide has launched which provides free advice to small businesses on all the Government help available to help them survive the coronavirus pandemic.
For business owners, the next months are going to be uncertain and disruptive. Many will be pushed to the brink of insolvency, while others will survive in a radically diminished state.
A new guide aims to gather all the recent government advice and support in one place, outlining how you apply for it and updating it regularly.
What Help and Support is Available for UK Businesses Affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19)? by www.companydebt.com covers everything from HMRC Time to Pay Agreements for Businesses Affected by Coronavirus, emergency loans, Statutory Sick Pay refunds, business rates discounts and the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme to the Job Retention Scheme, the Covid Corporate Financing Facility, grants for small businesses that pay for small business, help for the self employed, VAT deferrals and more.
For those whose business is in serious trouble because of coronavirus, the company is offering free calls or livechats with its experts on the best way forward, including any funding you can apply for, your legal position and options for survival, approaching HMRC over a Time to Pay Arrangement, personal liability issues and closure.
The Government announced over the weekend measures to help businesses facing insolvency.