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A sleight of hand and 'swings and roundabouts' Spring Budget
Susie Hughes [Political News] 14:35 24/03/22
The Chancellor's Spring Budget saw a taking with one hand while giving with the other.
Spring Statement should support small businesses
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:09 23/03/22
Later today (March 23, 2022), Chancellor Rishi Sunak will put forward his 'Spring Statement' on measures which will affect business, tax and the economy.
Budget 2021: Agency group sees missed opportunities
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:55 08/11/21
Agency trade body, APSco, has examined what the Chancellor didn't say in his recent Budget and the missed opportunities.
Budget 2021: Freelancers and self-employed still left behind
Susie Hughes [Political News] 15:06 27/10/21
The optimistic message from Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, for a new post-Covid economy does not resonate with the reality for many freelancers, contractors and small businesses who continue to feel left behind.
Budget 2021: Government risks lost generation of self-employed
Susie Hughes [Political News] 09:35 26/10/21 | Comments: 1
Ahead of the Budget (Wednesday, October 27), the Chancellor has been urged to resist introducing further tax changes that offer ‘quick wins’ for the economy but deal long-term - even permanent - damage to the UK’s self-employed workforce.
Budget (5): Reactions from the contracting community
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:32 08/03/21
As the Budget dust settles, we round up with comments from industry experts.
Budget (4): Help for self-employed doesn't go far enough
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:32 04/03/21
Professional tax body, the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) welcomed the announcement by the Chancellor that those who commenced self-employment in the 2019-20 tax year can benefit from the fourth and fifth Self-Employment Income Support Scheme grants, but alerted potential claimants to new rules and HMRC compliance activity in relation to claims.
Budget (3): Recruitment agency APSCo responds to the Chancellor’s budget
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:02 04/03/21
Agency group APSCo gave a cautious welcome to measures within the Budget which will impact on the recruitment sector - but also called for support to be fast tracked and simplified.
Budget (2): Key points for small firms and freelancers
Susie Hughes [Political News] 11:30 04/03/21
The Budget promised support now but warned that the price would be tax rises in the future. Here are the main points which affect freelancers and small businesses.
Budget 1: No news isn't good news for freelancers
Susie Hughes [Political News] 10:44 04/03/21
The economic survival during the Covid pandemic and the recovery after it, dominated the Chancellor's Budget.
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