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Late Payments: How to Claim Interest

Date: 11/08/16

For SMEs in all industries, late payments for goods and services can be a real issue.   Cashflow is harder to manage for smaller suppliers, and SME owners can often feel helpless when dealing with larger customers.   A question on the lips of many... Read More

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Businesses need to make productivity a priority to improve growth

Date: 13/04/16

Recent official figures show that the UK has a problem with encouraging productivity in the workplace.  The latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics shows that UK productivity fell by 1. 2 per cent in the last quarter of 2015. Read More

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Warning to businesses not paying the new national living wage

Date: 05/04/16

Businesses are reminded that the penalties for not paying the new National Living Wage and the minimum wage have gone up from the start of this month. Whilst the majority of businesses will have focused on making sure their employees are being paid... Read More

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Business owners may need to settle their debts

Date: 22/03/16

Business owners and shareholders are encouraged to consider paying back loans they may have received from their company following the government's announcement to increase tax rates on advances. The move to tax loans to participators at a higher... Read More

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Budget 2016

Date: 16/03/16

The Chancellor's latest Budget Statement appears on the whole to be positive for SMEs but caution should be applied to certain elements. George Osborne set out from the start of his Budget statement to show that he is on the side of the small... Read More

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