Real Business met with Mel Stride, the financial secretary to the Treasury, to glean how he went from business leader to politician.
The interpretation of the mutuality of obligation aspect of the IR35 laws are being hotly contested today as David Chaplin of ContractCalculator accuses HMRC of misleading the Chancellor.
The government has urged soft drinks businesses to meet the 30 April registration deadline for the new Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL).
Payroll is just one of those business processes that has to take place, but it’s not much fun. How can you increase payroll efficiency to allow more time for business growth and strategy?
How innovation in fintech for business is supercharging UK companies and is set to be led by British finance directors.
With any growing business, there comes a time to delegate business admin in order to claw back strategy time, yet founders are not often keen to do so.
Despite the ongoing uncertainty around Brexit, and the value of sterling, UK SMEs are operating in a dynamic and exciting business environment where expansion is a viable option.
Payroll year end is nearly upon us, and some business owners will be eyeing its approach with dread – but this need not be the case with some simple steps.
According to Ann Jones, MD of Europe at VAT IT, the current VAT rise – a consequence of leaving the Customs Union – will push the cash flow of UK businesses to breaking point. However, these issues are being hidden behind the main Brexit headlines.
The challenges, pitfalls and potential solutions bosses should consider when thinking of business expansion in Europe post-Brexit.
To divorce your business partner is a difficult process, and one that is often not anticipated or planned for. It can be complex when children are involved – but your company can make things get down right dirty.
The announcement has been received fairly well, although some commentators have suggested that the chancellor could have done more to ease the pressure on SMEs.