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We have been advised that there will be some disruption In Silverdale during the Watermain replacement project. Works are scheduled for 4 May until 18 May weather permitting. How will it affect you?
In this article, Lizelle Doughty of Greenfire Accounting looks at copling with the COVID-19 impacts on businesses. If you are self-employed or a shareholder-employee and you are going to suffer a downturn of income you are entitled to apply for the wage subsidy. You have to apply for each of your staff as well. If you have staff on Withholding Tax, they need to apply for themselves.
We recently put out a statement regarding COVID-19 and what you can do to support your local community, but as the government response to the pandemic has been stepped up to a level 4, putting us all in lockdown the question of how can my business survive has become one we’ve been asked by multiple business owners, small and large.
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Pop into Gather Cafe in to enjoy a piece of Minty Matcha Brownie Bar paired with a glass of hot Matcha Latte - the perfect way to enjoy a cold winter morning. ❄️☕️😋
Matcha is powdered green tea. The origin of Matcha can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty of China more than 1000 years ago. Since it arrived in Japan in the 12th century, it quickly became an important part of Japanese culture. Nowadays it continues to gain popularity as the latest beverage fad.