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Government announces new measures to boost funding for small businesses

New laws to arm small businesses against unfair contracts that stop them raising money from unpaid invoices have been put to Parliament which will make it easier fo

End of tax payer compensation for delayed VAT refunds is a concern

The proposed scrapping of compensation for delays to the payment of VAT refunds by HMRC is unfair and likely to harm affected business’ cash flows, according to The

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Corporate tax rates continue to fall internationally

Countries have used recent tax reforms to lower taxes on businesses and individuals, with a view to boosting investment, consumption and labour market participation

Entrepreneurs' Relief should be scrapped to pay for the NHS

Entrepreneurs’ Relief is expensive, ineffective, and regressive – and the government should scrap it as it looks for ways to fund its £20bn NHS pledge, according to

Better data sharing with HMRC could solve off payroll rules problems

Inadequacies and incorrect taxation under the public sector off payroll rules could be avoided when applied to the private sector by better data sharing with HMRC,

Has the London Housing Bubble Finally Popped?

Castigating tax reforms, including removal of mortgage interest relief, stamp-duty crack downs and growing constraints surrounding mortgage borrowing, are encouraging landlords to exit th

5 important things to know about tax and uniforms

Tax on uniforms can add heavy costs to a business or its staff.

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5 ways to help your business avoid a tax investigation

A tax investigation can happen to any business.

Five business rates relief schemes your company could be claiming

When you start a new business, you’ve got a lot to think about.

5 important things to know about tax and uniforms

Tax on uniforms can add heavy costs to a business or its staff.

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