Month: December 2018

New to exporting? Get a head start with Tradeshow Access Programme funding

21 Dec 2018

Applications are now open for UK businesses to apply for grants to attend international trade shows and export their products around the world.

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UK retail figures jump in November following sales boost

20 Dec 2018

The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have shown that retail sales have increased at a much faster rate than anticipated.

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Mortgage interest tax relief changes explained

19 Dec 2018

The ongoing changes currently being rolled out to mortgage interest tax relief have been strongly criticised by landlords and property bodies – but what are they, and how will they affect property investment?

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UK SME bosses don’t switch off over Christmas

18 Dec 2018

According to a recent survey conducted by Vistaprint, more than half of small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) bosses and decision-makers in the UK will be working on Christmas day.

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December 2018 Newswire

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SMEs spending billions on debt recovery services

14 Dec 2018

The UK’s late payment culture is costing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) billions of pounds each year, new research has revealed.

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Capital gains tax payment rules warning to residential property owners

13 Dec 2018

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has issued a warning to residential property owners, about the need to carefully consider the timing of any sale or gift of their property in future.

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SME decision-makers are ‘wasting two days a week’ on administrative processes

12 Dec 2018

A new study published this week reveals that UK small businesses bosses and decision-makers are ‘wasting’ anywhere up to two full days every week managing workplace processes and administrative procedures.

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Generational divide over potential tax increase in UK

10 Dec 2018

A recent survey conducted by Populus shows there is a clear generational divide over the issue of whether to increase taxation to help fund the public sector, with under-45s being much less supportive than those aged over 45.

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UK exports jump in 2018, figures reveal

7 Dec 2018

The number of businesses exporting goods in the UK has increased to 110,000, new figures reveal.

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