The value of unpaid tax in the UK rose by £1 billion in the past year to £33 billion, although the tax gap fell to 5.7 per cent over the period.
There are always a number of competitions that UK start-ups can enter, and two current ones are aimed at new firms working on innovative ideas for the technology and automotive supply chain spheres.
New guidance suggests that company car drivers who have electric cars could be shocked to find that while they may be able to charge their company car at work for free, they may not be reimbursed for business mileage.
New research, carried out by the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub, suggests that the UK may have overtaken the US as the global centre for engineering start-ups.
The Department for Education has launched two new measures aimed at tackling the growing teacher recruitment crisis within the UK.
A new competition for entrepreneurs aged between 16 and 19 has been launched by TransferWise, a financial technology (fintech) start-up, in a bid to support the international ambitions of the UK’s young entrepreneurs.
The Department for Education (DfE) has this week posted a full list of information academies should legally post on their website in order to maintain compliance.
As of 25 May this year, the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into law. This means that businesses will need to have consent from their clients to use and store the personal data they manage.
Education sector experts will be called in to help schools save up to £1 billion by 2019/20, the Department for Education (DfE) has revealed.
According to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), the number of emails, texts and voicemail messages sent by criminals pretending to be from the tax authority has increased in the past year.