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09 Jan 2021

Younger generations to inherit ‘more than predecessors’, research suggests

Younger generations are set to inherit more money than previous generations, according to research published by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).

06 Jan 2021

Significant rise in business confidence, BCC reveals

Business confidence in the UK rose during the last quarter of 2016, research from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has revealed.

05 Jan 2021

Gender pay gap 'halves' for women in their 20s, research suggests

The gender pay gap for women in their 20s has halved to 5%, research published by the Resolution Foundation has suggested.

04 Jan 2021

Business groups outline priorities for 2017

Five of the most prominent business groups in the UK have jointly signed a letter outlining their priorities for British businesses across all sectors for 2017.

03 Jan 2021

Thousands of tax returns filed over festive period, HMRC reveals

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has revealed that thousands of taxpayers submitted their self assessment tax returns online over the festive period.

30 Dec 2020

Start the New Year right - make a financial resolution

With 2017 just around the corner, businesses and individuals should consider creating financial New Year resolutions to set themselves on course for a profitable and successful year.

29 Dec 2020

Don't forget to file your self assessment tax return before the deadline

The deadline for submitting the 2015/16 self assessment tax return online is looming.

28 Dec 2020

Protecting your business against wintry conditions

Ensuring that your business has adequate protection against the winter weather is essential.

23 Dec 2020

Legal providers must do more to help small businesses, says regulator

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has called for legal service providers to provide greater transparency so that consumers and small businesses can more easily shop around for better deals.

22 Dec 2020

Wales set to receive income tax powers in 2019

In a devolutionary deal similar to the one granted to the Scottish government, the Welsh government has been given new powers to set its own rates of income tax from April 2019, as part of an arrangement with the UK Treasury.

21 Dec 2020

Chancellor announces Spring Budget date

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has announced that he will deliver the 2017 Spring Budget on Wednesday 8 March.

20 Dec 2020

Businesses in the UK owe £1.8 billion in late corporation tax, research reveals

UK businesses owe HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) a total of £1.8 billion in late corporation tax payments, research from financial supermarket Funding Options has revealed.

19 Dec 2020

Significant rise in amount generated by parking fines and charges, research suggests

The amount of money councils generated from parking fines and charges has risen by more than £60 million over the past year, research published by the RAC Foundation has revealed.

16 Dec 2020

Finance Secretary uses Scottish Budget to outline tax changes

Derek Mackay, Finance Secretary for Scotland, has delivered Scotland’s draft Budget, outlining a range of changes to both taxation and finance.

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