August

George Osborne's tax claim dismissed

The claim by chancellor George Osborne that twice as much tax since the last election is being collected by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) than before has been ...

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Industry leaders to talk about digital skills

IT contractors , limited companies and freelancers will get some insight into how they can prepare for the future as the House of Lords' Digital Skills ...

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Groups call for SME finance reexamination

A number of groups for limited companies , sole traders and other small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have called on banks to reexamine the way that they ...

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MP backs competition for the self employed

A government competition to showcase some of the UK's best limited companies , sole traders and contractors has been applauded by MP for Solihull and ...

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Limited companies becoming profitable

Limited companies are starting to feel the benefits of the economic recovery as more than three quarters of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) say that ...

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Limited companies must keep tax documents

Limited companies have been warned to keep hold of their tax documents even if they were previously sent to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) but have since been ...

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Self-employment at highest for 40 years

New statistics show that self employment in the UK is now at the highest level it has been for the past 40 years. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) ...

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Engineering and technical contractors in demand

Contractors with skills in key strategic, technical and engineering are the ones that will be most highly sought after in the coming months. This is according ...

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New govt rules boost home-based limited companies

People who choose to run a limited company from home will see their regulatory burdens eased as the government has announced a raft of changes to its rules. ...

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Spike in risk management contractor demand

Contractors who specialise in financial risk management are in demand among retail banks and insurers. This is according to figures from specialist recruiter ...

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Contractor demand up 8% in 2014

It seems that demand for contractors is on the increase as new research shows that professional temporary and contract vacancies are up by eight per cent ...

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Why should you care about decommissioning?

Decommissioning and abandonment (D&A) activity in the UK is picking up pace and projects are increasingly centred around tackling this challenge following ...

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Self-employment growth in UK outpaces Western Europe

Self-employment growth in the UK is outpacing the rest of Western Europe, according to new research. A study from think tank IPPR showed that Britain is ...

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Majority of businesses believe skills shortage is imminent

The majority of British businesses believe a skills shortage is imminent, according to research from The Prince's Trust and HSBC . Seventy-three per cent ...

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Contractor availability continues its decline

Contractor availability is continuing to decline, as demand for temporary staff increases across the country. This is one of the key findings of the latest ...

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SMEs to benefit from more diverse finance market

Limited companies and sole traders will benefit from a more diverse finance market in the future. The government has made plans to require big banks to share ...

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