The PPF has recently published its consultation on the 2021/22 PPF levy, setting the rules for the levy to be invoiced in autumn 2021.
This comes at a particularly uncertain time for the PPF, with the prospect of an increased level of insolvencies on the horizon due to Covid-19. In this webinar, Lewys Curteis explores the PPF’s proposals, and considers what the current economic challenges might mean for future PPF levies.
He also provides an overview of this year's change in the insolvency risk provider from Experian to D&B, and the impact of Covid-19 on individual company insolvency scores.
- To gain an understanding of the PPF levy – a significant and uncertain cost for a lot of companies
- To understand how the PPF levy calculation is changing this year, and the key points to be aware of
- How the PPF levy might change in the future as the full impact of Covid-19 flows through
- What companies and trustees can do to mitigate the size of the levy.
The new PPF levy triennium – what’s changed? (43 minutes)
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Join our expert to explore this year’s changes to the PPF levy and how the outlook for the future given the economic challenges arising from Covid-19.Watch now
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