Following the announcement of today’s A-level results, a recent argument put forward by Labour leadership contender Andy Burnham, to phase out academy schools, has lost its efficacy.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is to be given new powers to obtain details of millions of transactions from firms including Ebay, Paypal and hotel comparison websites in a bid to find people failing to declare their transactions as business activities.
According to new research the UK’s start-up population is increasing at record levels but many of these new firms struggle to survive more than two years, with late payments being one of the main obstacles to longevity.
Nicky Morgan, the education secretary, has informed school leaders that a national fair funding model will be ready in time for September 2017.
It is feared that family businesses and husband and wife / civil partnership teams will be hardest hit by the Dividend Tax changes brought in by Chancellor George Osborne in his Summer Budget last month.
New research has found that start-ups that were launched in the 21st Century, known as Generation Z’ companies, have changed the shape of the business landscape and helped to drive economic growth.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has proposed an extension of its powers to go after businesses that make money online through apps stores, listings sites or similar services and don’t declare the income.
The department of Business Innovation & Skills (BIS) has announced that it is creating a new role for a small business csar tasked with tackling “unfair” business practices, such as late payment of bills to small firms.
Six UK media technology start-up businesses have been chosen to exhibit at the IBC in Amsterdam this September after taking part in a Dragon’s Den-style contest last week, where they delivered a three-minute pitch and faced a grilling by industry experts.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is consulting on the possibility of changing the way that savers with pension pots worth more than £1m can protect their money.