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New dividend allowance is tax rise ‘by the back door’
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:38 25/08/15
A professional accounting body has expressed 'serious concern' that the £5,000 tax free dividend allowance is a tax rise by 'the back door'.
Teachers opting for flexibility over permanent roles
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:23 24/08/15 | Comments: 1
Growing numbers of supply teachers would turn down the opportunity to work on a permanent basis if offered a contract position, according to a recent survey.
HMRC's factsheet on new dividend treatments
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 10:20 20/08/15
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has published an information fact sheet on the new dividend tax free allowance which will come into effect from April 2016.
Self-employed react to latest inflation figures
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 16:44 18/08/15 | Comments: 4
Travel was top of the agenda for an impact on the self-employed as the latest set of inflation figures were released.
Government needs to unlock potential investment
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:25 14/08/15
Influential body, the Institute of Directors (IoD), has called on the Government to do more to unlock potential investment for enterprising businesses.
Self-employment body concerned over latest employment figures
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 13:37 12/08/15
A self-employment group has warned that the Government must provide better support to the self-employed if it wants to continue growing a flexible and healthy economy.
Pensions Regulator calls on small firms to act now
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:37 10/08/15
The Pensions Regulator has issued a warning to hundreds of thousands of small and micro employers to check when they must meet new workplace pension duties.
HMRC wins Accelerated Payments Challenge
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:07 06/08/15 | Comments: 1
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has won a challenge to the legality of controversial Accelerated Payment Notices, after it was 'comprehensively rejected' in the High Court.
Latest Government initiative to tackle late payments
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:40 30/07/15 | Comments: 1
The Government has set out its proposals for a new Small Business Commissioner to lead a culture change in how small businesses resolve disputes with larger companies.
Employers fined £30 million for failing to conduct employability checks
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 14:34 29/07/15
A significant number of employers and recruiters are still failing to assess an individual’s right to work in the UK despite the Government doubling the maximum penalty for those found to be employing illegal workers (from £10,000 to £20,000).
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