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QXAS is helping accountants step up as advisors during these turbulent times. From determining loan eligibility to cashflow forecasting and submitting loan applications online – we’re bringing insight and support to help you and your clients through the crisis.
Need to know more about helping your practice’s existing and new clients? Or do you simply have questions about how our solutions can support your accounting firm through the COVID-19 crisis?
Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
Self-Employment Income Support Scheme
Covid-19 Corporate Financing Facility
Statutory Sick Pay Rebate
Business Rates Holiday for Retail, Hospitality and Leisure)
Cash Grant for Retail, Hospitality and Leisure
Small Business Grant Funding
Support for Businesses Paying Tax
Business Rates Holiday for Nurseries
Deferral of Self-Assessment payment
A loan scheme that has been set up to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and large businesses that are struggling with cash flow because of revenues that have been deferred or lost due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been set up to support employers who are considering layoffs. This is to help them continue to pay wages of staff who would otherwise have been let go.
This scheme will support self-employed individuals (including members of partnerships) who have lost income due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Post HMRC’s announcements on May 15, we can review your client’s information and provide a report to help you understand if they are eligible for this scheme.
A scheme support corporates who would normally seek market-based finance for their working capital. The facility stands ready to support unlimited financing to eligible companies.
As of now, a lot of information is not yet available in the public domain. All eligible businesses or corporates will have to contact their Bank helpdesks to find out the way forward.
We can review your client’s information and provide a report to help you understand if they are eligible for this scheme.
UK businesses that employ fewer than 250 UK employees as of 28 February 2020 are eligible to have Statutory Sick Pay reimbursed.
Businesses in a number of eligible sectors don’t have to pay business rates for 12 months, covering the 2020/21 tax period so that they can work to maintain property payments and cover ongoing costs.
A scheme offering a one-off £25,000 grant to eligible retail, hospitality and leisure businesses.
A scheme offering a one-off £10,000 grant to eligible small businesses.
A scheme that extends to all businesses and self-employed individuals who pay taxes or have outstanding tax liabilities.
A scheme that will allow Nurseries to receive a business rates holiday for the 2020/21 tax year.
We can review your client’s information and advise if they are eligible for this scheme.
The Chancellor has announced that businesses are able to defer VAT payments for a three month period in 2020.
The payment can be deferred until 31 March 2021.
The Chancellor has announced that all individuals who pay Income Tax on the profits from their self-employment are able to defer any payments due by 31 July 2020 until the end of January 2021.
If Accountants are like financial doctors, this pandemic means all their patients are falling sick at once.
QXAS is forwarding a hand of help toward accountants to help them provide the right advice on accessing grants, preparing management accounts for applications and cash flow projections for each of their clients.
Friendly, Competent, Efficient & Quick!
The QXAS team is quick. They turned around all the paperwork and the application for the loan within a day and our client received the money within 24 hours of the application being sent. They did all the work in a “no-fuss” manner, leaving both us and our client very satisfied.
They turned around the submission
work for us in a day
They clearly know their way around CBILS really well and are a big help in handling queries from the bank. Their proactive attitude is essentially what we needed to fuel the application processes so that our clients can get the financial support they need as soon as possible.
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