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Performance bonuses for the taxman
The Editor [Press] 11:26 04/01/07 | Comments: 5
Tax inspectors are being offered individual bonuses of up to 2,000 to track down more unpaid tax, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
DTI faces abolition under Brown
The Editor [Press] 10:00 13/12/06
The Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) faces almost-certain abolition under a shake-up being considered by Gordon Brown when he becomes prime minister, according to the Times.
Tightening up on tax advantages
The Editor [Press] 11:30 08/12/06 | Comments: 9
Tax expert Anne Redston has said that a clear message has emerged from the Pre Budget Report: that the Chancellor has his sights targeted, possibly as never before, at people looking to avoid tax.
Plans for simpler tax for small firms?
The Editor [Press] 09:37 28/11/06
The government aims to simplify how small businesses manage their tax affairs under a four-year plan according to Reuters news agency.
Tories consider tax cuts to woo investors
The Editor [Press] 07:52 30/08/06
The Conservatives are considering plans to cut a tax on the profits of small businesses to boost inward investment, particularly from India.
Large pay rise for IT chief at HMRC
Susie Hughes [Press] 10:24 14/08/06
The information technology chief of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been given a 25 per cent pay rise despite presiding over a catalogue of embarrassing blunders at the newly merged tax department, according to a report in the Telegraph.
'People' skills need to grow businesses
The Editor [Press] 09:49 24/07/06 | Comments: 5
A key skill in building a successful business is people management, according to an article in the New Statesman.
Self-employed fathers face higher child support
The Editor [Press] 09:55 13/07/06 | Comments: 9
Self-employed fathers could have to pay more in child support after recent House of Lord ruling in favour of a divorced mother.
New Small Firms Minister defends her position
The Editor [Press] 08:30 12/07/06 | Comments: 4
It is now eight weeks since the new Minister for Small Business, Margaret Hodge, was appointed to the position as part of her wide-ranging DTI portfolio.
Chancellor in tune with the orchestras
The Editor [Press] 12:26 30/06/06 | Comments: 5
Chancellor Gordon Brown has come to the rescue of orchestras who could have faced demands for 33 million in unpaid national insurance.
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