Friday October 30, 2020

Brian Keegan: Our newfound unemployment crisis requires quick and easy supports

For struggling business owners, the complex range of proposed solutions is simply bewildering

17th May, 2020
The coronavirus is decimating employment, but tackling it is now creating a whole new industry of its own

The coronavirus is decimating employment, but tackling it is now creating a whole new industry of its own. The complexity of existing support, solutions and proposed solutions is multiplying by the day.

There are at least a dozen state-supported funding options announced, from the Covid-19 working capital scheme to the SME credit guarantee scheme. These are worthwhile incentives in their own right. Nevertheless, for many business owners struggling to deal with the day-to-day practicalities of...

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