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  • 26 Jul 2016

    Thousands miss out on IHT breaks

    The government announced in last year's Budget that new, more generous Inheritance Tax (IHT) rules will be introduced in April 2017. Campaigners, however, believe this is too long, saying that...


  • 22 Jul 2016

    SMEs: Financing for growth

    A recent research report published earlier this month shows a growing divide between companies that can and those that can't gain access to financing. 28 per cent of the Misys...


  • 22 Jul 2016

    Risk Management: SMEs severely underinsured

    A recent survey of 1,500 SMEs, the 2016 Vero Insurance Index, shows that a large number of SMEs are severely underinsured and many don't even know it. 80 per cent...


  • 20 Jul 2016

    Construction SMEs owed billions in unpaid invoices

    Construction SME's, which make up 18% of all businesses in the UK private sector, are still facing challenges as a result of late payments. According to Richard Beresford, Chief Executive...


  • 19 Jul 2016

    HMRC risks losing confidence through digital shift

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has said that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) risks losing the confidence of businesses and individuals after it overestimated the number of staff reductions made...


  • 18 Jul 2016

    Fifth of SMEs miss auto-enrolment staging date

    NOW: Pensions data shows that over a fifth of SMEs have missed their auto-enrolment staging date in Q2 2016, despite the fact that the fines for non-compliance are steep. If...


  • 18 Jul 2016

    Food is the entrepreneurs startup choice

    According to a recent survey of over 2,000 people in the days leading up to and following the Brexit vote, food and drink seems to be the most in-demand startup...




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