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Start-ups are struggling

Start-ups are struggling New research from RSA has suggested that although Britain is enjoying a boom in start-ups, too many are struggling to get beyond their … More >>

Mortgage lending down, business lending up

Mortgage lending down, business lending up August 2014 saw the fewest mortgages approvals in a year by banks and building societies, although lending to small … More >>

Increase in minimum wage

Increase in National Minimum Wage HMRC is warning employers that they face fines for not implementing new minimum wage rates due to start from 01 … More >>

RTI fines delayed for small firms, but no let-off if you have 50+ employees

RTI fines delayed for small firms, but no let-off if you have 50+ employees HMRC fines in place from 6 October Now that Real-Time Information (RTI) … More >>

VAT Equality Day for hospitality industry

VAT Equality Day for hospitality industry Around 15,000 pubs and restaurants took part in VAT Equality Day, cutting their prices by 7.5% on 24 September 2014 … More >>

New allergen regulations for foodservice businesses

New allergen regulations for foodservice businesses could cost £200m per year Food outlets including restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals, catering businesses and other food service businesses … More >>

Autumn Statement 2014 – Press and speculation

Autumn Statement 2014 – Our round-up of the press and speculation With the Chancellor gearing up for his fourth Autumn Statement and the economy beginning … More >>

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