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Little faith that Commissioner will tackle late payments

18 October 2017

Of the UK's five million micro businesses, barely 100,000 believe that the newly-appointed Small Business Commissioner will take the issue of late payment seriously.

EU proposes far-reaching reform of VAT

17 October 2017

The European Commission has published proposals for reforming legislation on VAT which it has described as the biggest reform of EU VAT rules in a quarter of a century.

Frequent traveller service expands

16 October 2017

The UK’s Registered Traveller service has been expanded to cover 15 additional countries, taking the total number of countries covered to 40.

A stairway to even more tax?

13 October 2017

If a business occupies two, separated, floors in the same building, should they be treated as one hereditament for the purpose of paying business rates, or as two?

One in four work an extra month each year

12 October 2017

A quarter of workers in the UK could be working as much as an extra 34 days each year according to the results of research by independent jobs board CV-Library.

Changes announced to Primary Authority scheme

11 October 2017

Launched in April 2009, the Primary Authority initiative enables businesses to obtain consistent advice on compliance with regulation from local authorities.

UK sets out trade and customs plan for Brexit+1

10 October 2017

Prime Minister Theresa May took the opportunity of MPs' return from party conference season to try to maintain the momentum that she had given the Brexit negotiations with her recent speech in Florence.

Small Business Commissioner appointed

9 October 2017

“Running your own business can be a very lonely experience and my priority will be ensuring small firms feel supported as well as helping to create an overall impression that business isn’t necessarily cut throat.”

Strepsils and P45s but what about the speech?

6 October 2017

Unlike the media, business representatives were too polite to describe the problems that afflicted the Prime Minister at the Conservative conference, so, leaving aside the sore throat, the collapsing sign and the intruding prankster, what did they think of her speech?

Brits reject low-skill jobs

5 October 2017

With Brexit negotiations well underway, a new report focuses on the challenge facing the numerous employers who rely on EU nationals to perform low-skilled jobs.


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