Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the retail sector are anticipating strong sales over the course of the summer, spurred on largely by this year’s unusually strong British sunshine, a new report reveals.
Month: June 2018
Are you a “stressed” out parent? Make sure you’re making full use of the tax-free childcare allowance
Parents have been reminded to make use of the £2,000 tax-free childcare allowance over the summer holidays to help with the cost of care.
UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are losing thousands of pounds in potential output due to poor workplace culture, a new study suggests.
Almost half (41 per cent) of small business decision-makers are ‘unaware’ of Making Tax Digital (MTD), new research reveals.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) may introduce a VAT reverse charge for supplies of construction services to businesses from October 2019.
The number of debit card payments made in the UK overtook the use of cash in 2017, a new report has revealed.
UK inflation remained at a one-year low of 2.4 per cent in May, despite many economists predicting a rise to 2.6 per cent following a surge in the cost of global oil prices.
The Government has revealed details of a new ‘start-up’ visa, aimed at getting entrepreneurs into Britain faster.
A new study suggests that ‘poor company culture’ is costing the UK economy billions of pounds every single year – and that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) need to do more to motivate their staff and boost productivity.
The desire to work flexibly is taking workers out of the office to become their own boss, a new study has revealed.