As we enter a new year, I want to talk about the importance of balance, perspective, support and productivity and I’m here to make the case that family must come first in business. Hear me out.
Lowering VAT charges on fuel may be politically attractive but is not good news for those who will struggle the most, say leading tax and advisory firm Blick Rothenberg
In the face of climate change and dwindling natural resources, energy conservation and carbon reduction is a major goal of the 21st Century.
As we reach the end of 2021, no one would disagree that the world is a very different place from two years ago.
31 December 2021 marks one year since the end of the Brexit transition period. What have been the challenges for UK companies trying to export and invest in the EU? How are UK companies overcoming them?
As the cancellation of Christmas parties makes headlines in the media, owing to concerns over the Omicron Covid-19 variant, the events sector is remaining somewhat calm.
It happens every year. The joy and splendour of Christmas is followed by the inevitable bleakness of the New Year. This year’s, however, looks set to be particularly dreary.
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak’s plans to cut the basic rate of income tax by 2p in 2024/25 is nothing but “smoke and mirrors” as the government makes it first moves towards the next General Election.
We are social creatures by nature, and this is no different within the business world, where the ability to connect and collaborate, or foster positive professional relationships is directly linked to success and longevity.
Every business in the UK has a part to play when it comes to reducing carbon emissions. It’s often large businesses and “gas-guzzling” industries such as manufacturing and oil that are in the limelight for energy offences.