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Labour's Council Tax Revaluation Cancelled

24/09/2010

The Government today announced that it is cancelling Labour's plans for a council tax revaluation in England, saving families up to £320 a year in local tax hikes.


 

HM Revenue & Customs Proposal Could Be Detrimental To Businesses’ Cashflow

24/09/2010

HM Revenue & Customs Proposal Could Be Detrimental To Businesses’ Cashflow


 

Light At The End Of The Tunnel For Weak Pound

24/09/2010

It’s been a rough few days for sterling, which has dropped dramatically from its August highs of €1.22. However, as eurozone troubles refocus the market we should see the pound turn higher before year end.


 

40% Of Adults In Britain Worry Over Their Personal Debt

24/09/2010

Four in ten adults in Britain (almost 19 million people) are worried about their debt, according to research by R3, the insolvency trade body.


 

The IPP Responds To The Government's Proposals To Improve The Paye System

23/09/2010

The Policy & Research team at the Institute of Payroll Professionals (IPP) has submitted a formal response to the Government’s proposals to improve the PAYE system based on feedback from a survey to its membership. The main conclusions to come out of the survey reveal that members support real time data/information but oppose centralised deductions.


 

Individuals And Businesses Targeted By The Taxman

23/09/2010

THE CRACKDOWN on tax evasion announced by Nick Clegg could mean lengthy investigations for innocent businesses and individuals, say tax experts.


 

Just Under One Week Left To Claim £200 Million In Backdated Small Business Rate Relief

23/09/2010

Small businesses in the UK could lose out on at least £200 million in backdated rate relief unless they lodge claims by the 30 September deadline, the Forum of Private Business and property specialist LeaseholdersUnited are warning.


 

Dovish MPC Minutes Furthers Sterling’s Slide

22/09/2010

As was forecast, the August Monetary Policy Committee minutes revealed a vote of eight to one in favour of maintaining the base rate of interest at 0.5%. The downbeat tone of the report has put further pressure on sterling.


 

Mobile Money Wins The Social And Economic Innovation Award 2010

22/09/2010

The Economist recognises Nick Hughes and Susie Lonie for their contributions to mobile money-transfer services.


 

Cameron Made A Big Mistake Making Sir Philip Green 'Government Spending Tsar' - Says Tyrells Crisps & Chase Vodka Founder

21/09/2010

What's he going to do with Sir Philip now Danny Alexander wants £900m from tax avoiders.