Month: November 2019

Two in five small businesses run by millennials, research reveals

29 Nov 2019

Almost two in five small businesses in the UK are run by millennials, a major new study has revealed.

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Fall in number of arrests for tax evasion

28 Nov 2019

According to industry figures, the number of people arrested in the UK on suspicion of tax evasion has reached the lowest level for five years.

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IR35: HMRC loses £243,000 tax case

27 Nov 2019

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has lost a case against an IT Consultant that the tax body deemed liable for £243,000 in tax under the IR35 rules.

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A tax guide for SMEs

25 Nov 2019

According to accounting software provider, QuickBooks, over 50 per cent of UK small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) owners have made a mistake when filing their VAT returns, while just a quarter (25 per cent) feel confident that they have filed their

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How to avoid tax scams this Christmas

22 Nov 2019

Did you know that last year, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) received almost 900,000 reports from the public about suspicious calls, texts and emails?

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Majority of employees uncomfortable discussing finances at work

21 Nov 2019

According to the latest research, two-thirds of employees do not feel comfortable talking about their finances at work, despite more than a fifth of people struggling to make ends meet.

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Business owners hit by flooding granted “immediate relief” from business rates

18 Nov 2019

Business owners hit by recent flooding will have “immediate relief” on their business rates, it has been announced.

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Millions at risk of being left behind by a cashless society

14 Nov 2019

According to the latest research, cash usage is declining throughout the world, with credit/debit cards, bank transfers and eWallets becoming the most popular method of payment during the last year.

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UK businesses could lose £195 million per day in workplace productivity

13 Nov 2019

According to new research, the UK economy could lose £195 million per day in wages because employees are spending an average of 1 hour 24 minutes every day being unproductive.

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November 2019 Newswire

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