The government has released new draft clauses for the Finance Bill 2015, which many experts have said lacks less of a punch than first thought.
Overseas trade is a big priority for Britain’s SMEs next year, according to new data, despite exports being so low this year.
Cities around the UK are demanding powers to raise and keep their own taxes, opening the door to an American-style system of governance.
The British Bankers Association has said that small firms need to borrow more money, before productivity levels will increase.
The Chancellor has set the date for the final Budget of this Parliament.
As Scotland sees more powers devolved to its Parliament, the Conservative Party has set out its own plans for England, which could see the country granted powers to set income tax.
The Government has announced that the first £2.5m of £10m matched funding through the Government’s Employer Ownership Fund is to be made available to SMEs.
The Government has announced plans to unify disjointed programmes designed to support fast-growing businesses.
New research has found that vacant positions in UK companies are costing the country’s economy an estimated £18bn a year.
Questions have already been raised about how the long-awaited reform to business rates will take place, with the Government claiming that there is a lack of consensus from business leaders.