Friday, September 24, 2021

RSM blows whistle on middle-market company shortcoming

Research by audit, tax and consulting firm RSM reveals that a quarter of middle market firms don’t have a formal process in place to...

Farming representatives meet to discuss Brexit implications for livestock

Livestock board chairmen from all four UK farming unions have met to discuss the potential impact on beef and lamb producers post Brexit. The NFU's Charles Sercombe said it...

FSB calls for MEPs to implement a post-Brexit plan for small...

MEPs must look beyond continuing Brexit uncertainty and take the lead in implementing a small business plan that will unlock the potential of Europe’s...

CBI calls for workers to be given time to vote in...

The CBI has called on businesses throughout the UK to help ensure that their employees get the opportunity to visit their polling station and...

After the Queen’s Speech, FSB calls for greater focus on business

Federation of Small Businesses National Chairman Mike Cherry says the Queen Speech serves as a stark reminder of the many domestic challenges that have been...

Government highlights sources of help for small firms ahead of Small...

With just days to go until Small Business Saturday on 1st December the Government has produced a list of sources small firms can use to...

Businessman who falsified VAT claim ordered to sell home or face...

A Lincolnshire businessman who created fake invoices to falsely reclaim VAT, now faces having to sell his home to comply with the confiscation order. The...

Supreme Court’s ruling on EBTs could have far-reaching effects

Supreme Court judges have ruled offside a claim by RFC 2012, which used to be Rangers Football Club Plc, that Employee Benefit Trust payments...

Law firms plan arbitration seminar

The role of arbitration as a means of resolving family disputes is the subject of a seminar taking place later this month. Crispin Oliver, head...

FTSE 350 companies urged to push harder for gender diversity

A government-backed review has urged FTSE 350 companies to fill more board and senior leadership positions with women in a bid to make the...

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