Consultants advised to get advice before seeking Chancellor’s new deal

Independent practitioners are being advised to exercise caution and take advice before trying to dip into Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s latest business support package. Specialist medical accountant Vanessa Sanders, a partner at Stanbridge Associates, told Independent Practitioner Today: ‘While these measures are there to assist with businesses affected by Covid-19, it is important to take advice […]...

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