George Osborne and Vince Cable have launched a review that aims to “create the best conditions for private sector growth”.
Corporate tax is to undergo “the most significant programme of reforms for a generation”, according to George Osborne.
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Huge disparities in the way that SMEs are being rated by credit agencies are hurting access to credit.
Kevin Stanford, the retail mogul, has been forced to pay out £2.5m of his own money to administrators.
The standard rate of VAT will jump from 17.5 per cent to 20 per cent in five weeks’ time. We examine the effect that the new VAT rate will have on cash flow, and provide top ten tips for recovering debts before these problems start to bite.
Today is likely to be the busiest online shopping day of the year, according to Visa, who is calling today “mega Monday”.
I’m a fan of the government’s proposed cap on immigration to this country. If it was down to me, I’d cut the quotas a whole lot harder – and I wouldn’t exclude Europe.
If the government really wants to encourage young entrepreneurs to build successful enterprises, then why is it that, year after year, it increases the statutory protection of employees, increasing both the cost of employment and its attendant bureaucracy?
Making small business rate relief apply “automatically” could lead to councils scrapping the tax break altogether, the Forum of Private Business (FPB) and property specialist LeaseholdersUnited have warned.