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The Treasury Select Committee has told the Administrative Burdens Advisory Board to review the estimated costs of mandatory quarterly tax reporting to small firms. But...

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New research from the Federation of Small Businesses reveals the trade deals smaller firms want to see struck first post Brexit. FSB’s latest report, ‘Keep...

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HR departments are under increased pressure from employees concerned about company pension schemes, research from consultancy Portus shows. They are facing a combination of increased...

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A Supreme Court judge’s comments this week about shortcomings in legislation where adult children contest wills means parents must be “comprehensive, detailed and clear”...

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The operators at one of Britain’s most iconic stately homes have been sentenced after a domestic servant was crushed to death by a lift. Arthur...

Firms pay dearly for poor disabled customer access, says expert

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