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Self-assessment: Less than a month to go

HM Revenue and Customs are reminding tax payers that they have just a couple of weeks to pay their self-assessment tax return.

3,000 taxpayers spent Christmas Day filing

Thousands of taxpayers across the country decided to sort out their tax return on Christmas Day.

Buyer’s market resulting in ‘professional ghosting’

Research shows that ‘professional ghosting’ is symptomatic of the current buyer’s market with employment levels reaching record highs in 2019.

SMEs need support to manage National Living Wage hike

The FSB has responded to the announcement that the minimum wage rates will increase in April 2020.

Growing international demand for British stationery and greeting cards

Key destinations include the US, where sales grew by 87.8% (£3.9 million) between 2015 and 2018, while exports to Australia doubled in the same period.

UK firms relying on new government to bring stability

REC: ‘What we need to see from the government are policies that will help make great work happen – the first priority will be to secure our managed exit from the EU’.

IPSE welcomes Queen’s Speech business promises

The Queen’s Speech announced broadband legislation that would ‘support the roll out of gigabit-capable broadband across the UK to achieve nationwide coverage as soon as possible’.

Half of UK businesses still unprepared for IR35 changes

The new rules mean that changes to IR35 legislation, which were introduced in the public sector in April 2017, will be extended to medium and large private sector companies.