Long after the headlines are forgotten, the summer Budget will be remembered for widespread changes to the principles that underlie UK taxation. But as we’ve come to expect from Budgets since the recession, for every tax break there is bound to be a tax rise elsewhere to compensate.
The BBC has uncovered an “aggressive” tax avoidance scheme at recruitment company Anderson Group.
Businesses could be missing out on a total of £275m in the form of a National Insurance Contributions rebate, a survey released today suggests.
British business owners are largely indifferent to or oblivious of the government's Employment Allowance, which came into effect this week.
In advance of this year's Budget, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has called on the Chancellor to expand on the measures already announced, encouraging small businesses' growth and maintaining focus on enterprise.