I see that a lot of talk about easing the lockdown is focusing on 3 main things:
- Do we need offices
- How are we going to pay the debt
- How will business recover
Chris Skinner has written a great article about the need for offices and as usual is a good read:
Ben Chu at the Independent has written a good piece about the debt, how it will affect the economy and most importantly how we are going to pay it:
Over at TaxGuru, an Indian publication there is some really good advice from Sagar Gambhiron (a tax consultant in the Punjab) on how to prepare your business for life after lockdown. I often find little gems like this in publications from around the world. They give a good perspective on how other countries are dealing with business issues:
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