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Small firms shy away from traditional funding Recently Published
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:40 28/08/14
Small firms are shying away from the traditional route of the banks to fund their growing businesses and their future plans.
Regulations boost opportunities for finance contractors
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:43 27/08/14
Finance contractors are feeling optimistic about both pay and opportunities over the next year and are benefiting from the need for specialists to implement and process the tighter regulations which need to be in place for financial institutions.
Taxing times ahead for business ‘losing it’
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:00 26/08/14 | Comments: 1
Businesses could be thrown into confusion after a tribunal ruled that HM Revenue and Customs can demand copies of documents that are more than eight years old; even if they were previously supplied but have been lost or destroyed by HMRC.
Errors with RTI 201 letters to employers
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 09:12 22/08/14 | Comments: 2
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has apologised for issuing incorrect information about RTI over payments.
Newsletter 438: The future looks good for contractors | OTS reviews
Newsletter Editor [ Shout99 Newsletter] 10:15 21/08/14
There are good times ahead for contractors if several recent reports are indicative of the future. They show that the contractor market has returned to the pre-recession levels, while the UK is fast becoming the 'self-employment capital' of Western Europe.
Contractors need niche skills
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:03 20/08/14 | Comments: 18
Contractors who fail to display niche and in-demand skills risk being overlooked by recruiters, according to a recent survey.
Call for online government services to be kite marked
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:53 20/08/14 | Comments: 5
As more people are misled into using unofficial websites that charge for services which are offered for free by the Government, it has been suggested that a simple kitemarking system would help the public ensure they are using official websites.
Contractor market has returned to pre-recession levels
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:38 19/08/14 | Comments: 2
Contractors across a range of sectors are feeling more confident about both pay and opportunities according to a study by professional umbrella providers, giant group.
Firms warned about RTI fines
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:57 19/08/14
Penalties to be issued by HM Revenue and Customs from October this year for late submissions by employers, or their agents, for Real Time Information could incur further fines to businesses, according to an accountancy firm.
Post A-level students urged to start their own business
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 09:15 15/08/14 | Comments: 6
As teenage dreams were realised and broken this week with the publication of the A-level results, one national business organisation is urging post A-level students to consider the option of starting their own business.

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