The Government’s recent decision to scrap the State Second Pension pension system will affect some six million UK workers and hundreds of employees from April 6.
Small and medium-sized businesses are getting a dwindling level of support from the Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) scheme.
Following the abolition of the two-tier state pension, around six million UK workers will face a surprise cut in their take-home pay next month.
Experts have said fruit juice and smoothies should be included in the new sugar tax after finding that some had twice as much sugar than required to qualify for the levy.
A leading think tank has published its analysis of the Budget delivered by the Chancellor last week.
A takeaway owner who stole £165,000 in tax was this month jailed for more than two years.
Leaving the EU could cost the UK economy £100 billion and 950,000 jobs by 2020, according to business organisation the CBI.
Small businesses have generally given Chancellor George Osborne’s Budget the thumbs-up this week and have particularly welcomed the long-awaited reform of business rates and business rate relief being doubled.
Employers have thrown their weight behind the ninth Annual Apprenticeship Week.
The London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) and Germany’s Deutsche Boerse have agreed terms for a “merger of equals”.