Never mind the chocolate and the roses, couples could be feeling the love today by claiming a £250 tax break from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
The Government has announced key changes to the operation of the off-payroll working rules, known as IR35, which are set to come into force after 6 April 2020.
Businesses who fail to pay workers the legal minimum wage will continue to be “named and shamed”, it has been announced.
The launch of up to 10 new freeports will create “thousands of jobs” and “turbocharge” post-Brexit growth, the Government has said.
UK creative industries have grown five times faster than the economy as a whole, new figures have revealed.
Around one in two charities acquired by other not-for-profit organisations did not report a budget deficit, a major report has revealed.
A record number of taxpayers filed a Self Assessment return by the 31 January deadline, it has been revealed.
UK state pensioners living in the European Economic Zone by 31 December 2020 will continue to have their pensions increased in line with pensioners living in the UK, it has been confirmed.
The UK will usher in a “new era” of British trade by launching a multi-million-pound campaign promoting UK goods and services around the world, it has been revealed.
Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can register for the new digital apprenticeship service, which will allow them to take advantage of training opportunities.