Recent research has suggested that foreign investment in the UK’s technology start-up businesses fell by 29 per cent last year, as the industry faced ongoing uncertainty over Brexit.
The school’s minister has written to academy finance teams reminding them about the importance of academy trust financial management and governance, it has been revealed.
According to the Bank of England, around a quarter of the UK’s smaller firms are less likely than other firms to have made contingency plans for an eventual Brexit because they cannot afford them.
Higher education (HE) employers have made a “final offer” in response to the joint unions’ pay claim, it has been revealed.
According to a recent study, UK businesses paid £196 billion in tax during 2018/19, which is a considerable increase on £188 billion in the previous year. In total, during the year, business tax contributions amounted to 27 per cent of all tax revenue collected by the Treasury.
A recent survey, conducted by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), has found that more than a quarter of the UK’s small businesses believe the levy system, which was introduced to fund apprenticeship programmes and overhaul workplace training, has made it harder to run workplace training.
A new report suggests that eligible start-up businesses have been waiting on average more three times longer than they should be to access funding from a Government programme.
The accounting rules by which academy trusts must prepare annual financial statements in accordance with have been revised, the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has revealed.
More than two in three secondary school head teachers have had to cut teaching staff to save money, a new study has revealed.
New research has revealed that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) applied to shut down 4,160 UK businesses in 2018, as these businesses fell behind on their tax payments last year.