Pension savers should have appointments scheduled automatically to help them make better decisions, MPs have suggested.
Following Wednesday’s decision by the First-tier Tax Tribunal in favour of a hair salon in Cardiff, businesses renting out a spare room can breathe a sigh of relief as HMRC’s attempt to circumvent the VAT exempt status of rent charges fails.
From financial models to pitch decks, preparation is key for investment, be sure to read all of this, tick off the check list and be prepared
UK businesses report losing £8 for every £100 billed in the last year due to the non-payment of invoices, according to the research by trade credit insurer Atradius.
Un-policed and often unenforceable anti-corruption laws have made the UK the global money-laundering capital for a post-Soviet Union elite, severely damaging Britain’s international reputation and the rule of law, the London-based thinktank Chatham House says in a report.
“Net Zero” is set to become the phrase of the day. It may even eclipse some of the Covid jargon that has become part of our lexicon over the last two years!
Hertford-based haulage company, Matthews Haulage, today announced that it has formed Matthews Haulage and Partners Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) with the assistance of its tax advisers, Optimal Compliance.
Leading IR35 specialist, Qdos, have responded to the news that Sky Sports TV presenter, Dave Clark, has lost an IR35 case appeal carrying £281,084.48 in tax liability.
Hiscox has set aside $150 million to cover losses linked to Hurricane Ida and floods in Europe, more than City analysts had expected, but rising rates have enabled it to report strong premiums written this year.
Businesses and accounts departments are spending too much time chasing overdue debts when that time would be better spent in advising their sales teams on who to do business with or not in the first place.