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Report a business or person you suspect has obtained a Covid-19 business support grant or loan that they are not entitled to.
Safe business reopening practices, plus how to manage workplace outbreaks and support employees who are self-isolating.
A grant to help businesses that are closed due to the government’s lockdown restrictions.
This will be a discretionary business support scheme offered to eligible local businesses by local and combined authorities.
Employers can access support to help them continue paying salaries of employees who would have been laid off during the outbreak.
A scheme to support self-employed people whose income is negatively impacted.
Outdoor furniture grants for restaurants and cafés that want to re-open and serve food safely in the space outside their premises.
This scheme will help SMEs affected by coronavirus to apply for loans of up to £50,000.
Government has introduced rates discounts and 'holidays' for retail, hospitality, leisure and nursery businesses.
This scheme helps businesses affected by coronavirus to access finance of up to £5m and for up to six years.
Gives an 80% government guarantee on loans of up to £25m to firms with an annual turnover of £45m or more.
VAT payments will be deferred for three months and income tax payments for self-employed will be deferred to January 2021.
Support for cultural organisations and freelancers to help them manage the impact of coronavirus.
Government will allow businesses with under 250 employees to reclaim Statutory Sick Pay paid for staff sickness absence due to coronavirus.
Support for businesses that export or deliver goods and services abroad and have been impacted by the spread of coronavirus, including financial support and supply chains.
Other sources of support, including commercial financing, HMRC time to pay, workforce help, Bank of England measures and more.