Jerry Schurder - Gerald Eve
Last quote by Jerry Schurder
Business rates are an extremely complex and opaque tax and there is inadequate transparency for ratepayers. The substantial tax burden is particularly damaging to business' trust in the Government, and firms will want assurances that the calculations are fair and there is no tax grab. Business rates are onerous enough without the Government hoovering up an extra £600 million a year through hidden calculations and small print that firms would never even notice. Regretfully, the Government appears willing to exploit the nation's ratepayers in this way.feedback
Apr 08 2017
Jerry Schurder has most recently been quoted in an article called Business rates chaos as firms forced to pay extra before knowing if they can claim from £300m relief fund. Jerry Schurder said, “In the meantime, Government is still consulting as to how the £300m discretionary relief fund will be divvied up amongst councils. Only once it has made decisions and advised local authorities as to the categories of business Government believes should be considered for relief will the process begin.”. Jerry Schurder has been quoted a grand total of 5 times in 4 articles.
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Quotes by Jerry Schurder
Mar 31 2017
In the meantime, Government is still consulting as to how the £300m discretionary relief fund will be divvied up amongst councils. Only once it has made decisions and advised local authorities as to the categories of business Government believes should be considered for relief will the process begin.feedback
Mar 09 2017
With a maximum of 61% of pubs set to benefit from the new rates discount, rather than the 90% stated by the chancellor in his budget, the government has yet again been caught exaggerating the benefits that ratepayers will see. Facts should be presented to business as they really are, rather than misrepresented in the hope of some cheap headlines. The chancellor risks losing the trust of business, and a good place to start in regaining that good faith would be to tell it like it is.feedback
Mar 06 2017
As business rates bills start to land on doormats, firms are discovering just how inadequate the Government's transitional relief scheme is.feedback
Mar 06 2017
These firms have been struggling for many years with bills divorced from economic reality, and to make them subsidise businesses in thriving areas is simply unjust.feedback
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