Despite all the steps the Government is taking, a number of companies will find themselves under severe difficulty and pressure over the forthcoming months.
As COVID-19 continues to impact on the day-to-day operations of businesses, considering all potential sources of finance and short-term cash is key.
Huw Jones from Proposito Financial Planning has put together a detailed checklist to help you keep tabs on your money through these troubling times.
Nick Haines, tax partner at Hazlewoods looks at the measures and what they mean for both the self-employed and furloughed workers.
With the coronavirus crisis escalating each day, many tenants - both individuals and businesses - will face the prospect of being unable to keep up with rental payments.
Matters are moving so rapidly. As I put this note together the construction industry is coming under massive pressure to stop working and it is possible that by the time you read this it will have been told to stop.
Confused after last night’s announcement? From an employment perspective the big question is whether people are allowed to attend their workplaces if the work cannot be done from home.
Over the past few weeks there have been several announcements of increased restrictions to try and help delay the spread of coronavirus, as well as generous measures to help businesses and individuals through this crisis.
Coronavirus: welcome break in planning rules for pubs and restaurants - Chris Marsh from Evans Jones
Chris Marsh, Senior Planner at Cheltenham-based property and planning experts Evans Jones, summarises yesterday’s announcement by the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
The Prime Minister has declared this the "worst health crisis in a generation" - big words, lots of hype, but what effect will this have for the business community in Gloucestershire, asks Alex Lyttle of Tayntons.
“The first question you have to ask yourself is how flexible are your telecoms and IT to accommodate home working."
A new year lies in front of us all in business, something which, as with everything else, holds uncertainty and risk.
In praise of family business, plus some pitfalls: Rob Cockle from the Business Insurance Partnership
Family-owned businesses are the beating heart of the UK economy. There are three million family-owned business in the country, that’s 66 per cent of all private businesses.
Unlock the Purple Pound: Find out why actively welcoming disabled visitors isn’t just the right thing to do, but makes great business sense.
Julia House, director, UK & European Trade Mark Attorney at Albright IP, takes a look at the Hugo Boss trademark story.
No matter what you earn, you want to ensure that you are taking home as much of your income tax free as possible.
In all his years working in telecommunications, managing director at Lister Unified Communications Rob Lister has never known a time like it.
If you believe the papers, each New Year brings a deluge of people consulting solicitors and wanting to bring divorce proceedings.
We are now receiving numerous questions about employer’s liability and obligations relating to issues arising as a result of the spread of Coronavirus.
Recruiting the right employees is crucial to any business in any year, but with the job market changing, recruiters must adapt with it.
Employee wellbeing and work/life balance are phrases that have appeared in the workplace with increasing regularity over recent years.
What are the changes that are going to affect the planning process in 2020 and beyond?
How do ensure you present the best version of yourself during the interview process?
A lot of publicity has been given to the employment tribunal decision in the claim by Samira Ahmed against the BBC.
Watch the video and see Punchline editor Mark Owen tour the listed building before work begins on this stage of the project.
Joe Roberts, director of Gloucester architects Roberts Limbrick believes that the future of the High Street is already upon us – and that something positive is happening.
Darren Sherborne, director at Sherbornes Solicitors looks at what you and your company need to do before when the recommendations of the Taylor Report are put into force in April 2020.
Liz Shield, a planning consultant at Gloucestershire-based planning experts SF Planning, looks into what a developer needs to look at when considering planning in principle.
Cathy O’Donoghue of HR Champions, discusses what digital transformation means to businesses and employers.
Business expert James Geary from Randall and Payne has saved his clients nearly £5million in research and development tax credits in the past five years.
Business Expert Alex Lyttle, associate partner at Gloucester’s leading business solicitors Tayntons on the potential pitfalls of the office Christmas party.
Regular Punchline Business Boffin Liz Shield, a planning consultant at SF Planning, updates us on what to expect, and where to expect it, in the remainder of 2019.
Cathy O’Donoghue shares some of her experiences of working with other Gloucestershire entrepreneurs over the past 20 years.
When trying to grow, a lot of business owners will say "I want to employ someone just like me."
Punchline is taking to the airwaves and starting a new series of podcasts.
Chris Pockett, Head of Communications at Renishaw plc
A preview to Gloucester History Festival with Town Crier Alan Myatt and Punchline editor Mark Owen.
Phil Moss is a well-known local historian, who knows almost everything there is to know about Gloucester.
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