British workers miss out on almost £1.8 billion a year in paid holiday leave, a major study has revealed.
Additional support will be available for businesses and contractors affected by the new off-payroll working rules, it has been revealed.
A trust is a legal arrangement where you gift cash, property or other assets to a separate entity. They are set up for many reasons including controlling and protecting family assets, passing on assets while you are alive, and when
As a collective, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are owed more than £50 billion by companies who have delayed settling their invoices. Cash flow is essential for SMEs, and this concerning pattern is causing these businesses to spend approximately 1.5
A once-leading carpet and upholstery firm has fallen into administration after failing to secure a rescue deal, reports have revealed.
Almost all trusts – rather than just those with a tax consequence – may need to be registered under new money laundering rules, it has been revealed.
Employers must make additional checks this year to continue to benefit from the Employment Allowance, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has warned. The guidance, published as part of the regulator’s new monthly payroll bulletin, reminds employers that extra checks are
More than half of small employers would struggle to afford Tier 2 visa costs as they stand under the new points-based immigration system, a major report has revealed. The finding forms part of the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) review
Almost four in 10 applications for credit were used to plug gaps in cash flow, rather than growth or investment, a major study has revealed. The finding forms part of the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) quarterly Small Business Index,
International spend on British film and TV hits record levels as creative sector tax reliefs continue to attract investmentPosted on 18 Feb, 2020
International film and television companies spent record amounts of qualifying expenditure on UK-based productions in 2019, a major report has revealed. The research, published by the British Film Institute (BFI), shows that overseas investment in UK film and high-end television