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The temporary reduced rate of VAT for leisure and hospitality may not be as simple as it seems
Audrey Fearing

14 July 2020

The Chancellor’s Summer Economic Statement delivered on 8 July included various measures to support hospitality and leisure businesses during the coronavirus emergency. They included a targeted temporary VAT cut for supplies of hospitality, hotel accommodation and admission to attractions.

Chancellor offers support to consumer businesses but will it be enough?

11 March 2020

In the Budget 2020, the Chancellor announced a number of changes that will affect consumers nation-wide.

Changes in working rights – what the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors should prepare for
Charlie Barnes

05 March 2019

An employment law update including The Good Work Plan, casual worker guidelines, holiday pay guidance, new legislation for the handling of staff tips, a worker exploitation consultation, and updates on the National Minimum Wage and the status of Uber drivers.

What does the Chancellor's Budget mean for consumer businesses?

30 October 2018

Fiscal Phil has announced the Government’s last Budget before Brexit, assuming it happens, but what does it mean for the Consumer Markets sector?

How feasible are tax changes for Consumer businesses?

28 September 2018


2018 has seen several high-profile businesses being rescued or left to fail; others are seeking to review their portfolios, funding position or to rationalise their structures; even previously “untouchable” businesses such as John Lewis are feeling the effects of an increasingly tough trading environment.

Making gains: salary sacrifice - a continuing benefit

27 July 2017

New legislation introduced in April 2017 impacts ‘optional remuneration arrangements’ including certain salary sacrifice, flexible benefit and cash alternative structures.

The view so far - leisure and hospitality sector 2017
Paul Newman

29 June 2017

It’s fair to say that the leisure and hospitality sector has faced a challenging first half of 2017. The uncertainty of a hung parliament, a fraught Brexit process and fears surrounding terrorist attacks have all impacted consumer confidence.

Ryan Broomfield

Partner

Ryan is part of the London corporate tax team with over 10 years’ experience in advising clients on international and UK tax matters.

Britain deserves a pay rise - who will bear the cost?
Paul Newman

08 July 2015

The first Conservative Budget for a generation provided an insight into the government's intentions for the next five years - higher wages; less tax; less welfare.

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