The Forum for Private Business, Manchester Metropolitan University for Enterprise (MMU), and the Family Business Forum have recently debated the pressing challenges that family businesses face and how the government can better support the growth and long-term survival of family firms.
Britain must scrap the 45p tax rate and reduce Capital Gains Tax to boost the number of billionaire entrepreneurs, says the Centre for Policy Studies.
If you weren't so happy with this year's Autumn Statement then you'll enjoy this: the City Grump takes over as chancellor and issues an alternative statement.
Tech entrepreneurs should be given special tax breaks, says Autonomy founder Mike Lynch.
What’s more beneficial for business owners: a 50 per cent income tax rate or Capital Gains Tax? We do the math.
The debate over the reforms to the capital gains tax regime is in danger of missing a key point. The real significance is not what they do but what they do not.
Duncan Cheatle runs an entrepreneur networking group called The Supper Club and he’s been speaking out about the Chancellor’s new 18% flat rate capital gains tax.
I couldn’t believe what I had just read from the Federation of Small Business.
The CBI is giving nothing away following a meeting with the Treasury about its capital gains tax alternatives.
So, recent news is that Chancellor Alistair Darling has attempted to soften the blow of his CGT changes by giving £100,000 in tax relief to retiring businesspeople when they sell their assets.