British firms will face a number of shake-ups with Companies House from 30 June 2016, as the new ‘Confirmation Statement’ and ‘PSC Register’ changes take hold.
“Uncertainty” has become the word of the moment following the UK’s vote last week to withdraw from the European Union (EU).
Over half of UK Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are unprepared to tackle new markets – and up to a third are ‘too afraid’ to take risks, according to a new study.
Leading economists from across the UK have ‘downgraded’ their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth forecasts, following uncertainty about future trade arrangements and investment prospects.
The Chief Executive of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), Jon Thompson, has told member of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that switching to online customer services will be a significant challenge for the department.
The latest figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have revealed that Britain’s property market remains sluggish under the shadow of stamp duty changes and economic uncertainty.
Chancellor George Osborne’s efforts to cut the national debt have been dealt another blow after missing his borrowing target for the second month in a row.
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) across the UK are failing to embrace the benefits of productive apprentice workforces, according to a new survey.
Property experts have warned that Chancellor George Osborne’s buy-to-let tax changes will take their toll on house prices in coming months – and potentially ‘cripple’ the London property market by next year.
40-somethings across the UK cite not saving enough money as one of their biggest lifetime regrets, according to a new study conducted by high-street bank, Nationwide.