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Businesses need to prepare for changes to Company Law

Date: 21/08/15

Business owners are encouraged to prepare for a change to company legislation that will require them to register individuals with 'significant control' over the company. Under proposals, laid down in the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act... Read More

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More SMEs to be affected by auto enrolment

Date: 12/08/15

Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) are warned they are likely to struggle to budget for auto-enrolment.  Recent data from The Pensions Regulator has revealed that approximately half a million more businesses will have to enrol than... Read More

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Owners of personal service companies could face stricter tax rules

Date: 06/08/15

Individuals who run a personal service company (PSC) are warned that they could face higher tax bills in the future as HM Revenues and Customs (HMRC) looks to re-evaluate its tax rules. HMRC have put forward a proposal to amend Intermediaries... Read More

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Businesses need to act now before the Annual Investment Allowance drops

Date: 13/07/15

Businesses are encouraged to take full advantage of the half a million pound Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) available to them now before the rate drops at the start of next year. This warning comes following the Chancellor's Summer Budget... Read More

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Budget 2015 - SMEs could see smaller profits after summer budget

Date: 09/07/15

Measures introduced in the Chancellor's Summer Budget may affect the profit margins of SMEs.  George Osborne's seventh Budget the first of this Conservative Government heralded a decrease in Corporation Tax but saw a rise in dividend taxes. SMEs... Read More

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