When government support measures come to an end later this year, a raft of businesses that have been reliant on them for survival are likely to fail
The government announced during the 2020 Budget that it would conduct a full review of the business rates system after consistent calls from business owners over the negative impact and burden the tax has on sustaining growth.
When I started talking about vaccine passports some months ago, I didn’t think it was a huge stretch to imagine a United Kingdom where society would soon be divided into vaccine ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’
On 1 January 2021, following the end of the Brexit transition period, the UK’s data protection laws were changed. Out went the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, and in came the UK’s very own version of the GDPR.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has clearly turned his mind to how the economy starts to trade its way out of the mountain of debt accrued to support businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic.
A generation of women could be lost to the economy if a revolution is not started in how childcare is provided in the UK, a leading woman entrepreneur has warned.
Despite the increase on Capital Gains Tax, word from the property sector has generally been positive. Especially with the opportunity to claim the ‘Super Deduction’ rate of 130% .
Whilst much of what the chancellor had to say has been welcomed by many SMEs the increase in corporation tax to 25 per cent on businesses making over £200,000 of profits from 2023 has been seen as a failure of the chancellor.
Renewable energy is perhaps the most crucial technology of the 21st century. The modern data economy has created enormous growth in global energy demands, among both citizens and business alike.
2020 was a record-breaking year for Bitcoin, and this year may not be any different. Despite its spectacular drop last week, the crypto frenzy is far from over. Banks, well-known business leaders and investors all seem to jump on the digital currency bandwagon.