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08 Nov 2017
November sees the annual Financial Capability Week so what better opportunity could there be to give your business a money health check?
15 Sep 2017
In the months ahead, you will hear more and more business people talking about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
05 Jul 2017
Despite the uncertainty following the general election, the Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative is still expected to be rolled out in April 2018 in accordance with the original time frame.
15 May 2017
The latest monthly Guardian analysis finds rising prices, sluggish wage growth and a mood of uncertainty among employers as the UK heads to the polls.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says some British people have "illusions" about discussing the UK's future ties with the EU at the same time as nailing down the UK's Brexit terms.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell kicked off his election campaign on Wednesday by talking about increasing taxes on the rich and on corporations.
Nearly a million pensioners are believed to be paying too much tax because they have been assigned the wrong codes by the tax man.
The level of business investment is expected by the Bank of England to be around 25% lower by 2019 relative to its pre-referendum forecasts, damaging our future productivity growth.
12 May 2017
Following the government’s removal of the Making Tax Digital clauses from the Finance Bill, have we seen the last of the digital tax initiative? Brian Palmer of the AAT is confident of its resurrection post-election.
Finance and tech firms dominate a list of the highest paying companies in the UK, offering median salaries of between £80,000 and £110,000 a year, a study shows.
Plans to force millions of businesses and self-employed people to file multiple tax returns each year have been shelved by the Government.
04 Apr 2017
The National Living Wage is to rise to £7.50 an hour from April this year, in line with Chancellor Philip Hammond's Autumn Statement and Spring Budget announcement.
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