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  • This is the perfect time to start your new business
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    Good news: Business creation is at an all-time high, says Virgin Money expert

    2021-06-15T14:57:00Z

    Graeme Sands, Head of Business Products and Lending at Virgin Money explains why tough times make resilient entrepreneurs and what you can do to get your business off the ground right now.

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    Why it’s important for SMEs to be net zero

    2021-06-02T08:27:00Z

    Back in June 2019, the UK became the first major global economy to pass laws to end its contribution to global warming by 2050. Here’s why it’s so important for the nation’s small-to-medium sized businesses to play their part when it comes to reaching net zero.

  • The Pensions Regulator's new powers may affect home working
    Analysis

    The Pensions Regulator’s home inspections could affect remote workers

    2021-05-04T16:49:00Z

    The Pensions Regulator’s new powers includes the right to enter some premises as a result of people continuing to work from home. Specialist pensions lawyers Anne-Marie Winton and Danyal Enver, Arc Pensions Law, share their advice on how you can prepare.

  • London Parliment
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    Budget 2021: Reaction

    2021-03-04T09:25:00Z

    A “swifter and more sustained” economic recovery, furlough extended, business rate holiday extended, corporation tax increased. There was a lot to get through in the Chancellor’s Budget statement. But what does the business community think?

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    Budget 2021: What we already know

    2021-03-03T10:52:00Z

    There was a time, not so long ago, that the details of the Chancellor’s Budget statement were closely guarded secrets. And even if certain policies were rumoured, they weren’t confirmed by the government. 

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    Budget 2021: Summary

    2021-03-03T09:29:00Z

    The UK’s economic recovery from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic will be “swifter and more sustained” than expected, the Chancellor announced in the Budget.