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The impact of Covid-19 on small businesses and the self-employed – webinar – part 1

Providing appropriate levels of support for self-employed...

Posted October 21, 2021

Providing appropriate levels of support for self-employed clients can be problematic at times, barriers include a lack of confidence or experience with dealing with self-employed people regularly. It can be difficult to understand what depth to go into and how to make sure your client gets the right support. With more and more self-employed people having unmanageable debt, it is increasingly important that clients can receive this support. This is the first in a series of four webinars focusing on giving practical debt advice for the self-employed following the impact of Covid-19.

This webinar will include:

  • an overview of the different types of self-employed clients and how to identify their trading status, including those who rent out properties
  • investigating a client’s priority and non-priority creditors for both their business and personal situation
  • analysing their income, expenditure, and assets to identify solutions to deal with their debts
  • confirming a client’s obligations for reporting to HMRC, timescales to do so and potential penalties for non-compliance
  • a discussion on the repayment options for the Bounce Back Loan (BBL) scheme

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