A new survey has revealed that the biggest companies in the UK paid £500m more in tax last year than the year before, despite a £2bn reduction in the rate of corporation tax.
New research has mapped start-up activity in the UK and drawn up a map of entrepreneurial activity showing that London and the South East house the most start-ups, while Birmingham is the top performing city outside this hub.
The number of people between 18 and 24 either starting a small business or freelancing almost doubled in the last year, according to a recent survey of micro and small businesses.
The Education Funding Agency (EFA) has published its business cycle for 2014 this week, which sets out useful information that will help academies and other institutions plan ahead.
The Education Funding Agency (EFA) announced in its latest bulletin (January 9) that it is introducing a new way for academy trusts to submit their 2012-13 accounts returns, which are due on January 31.
Social entrepreneur Raj Dhonota, who appeared as a contestant in the BBC series The Apprentice in 2005, has announced the launch of a new £1m start-up fund, aimed at supporting two new businesses a week this year.
The Education Funding Agency (EFA) published its Business Cycle for academies for 2014 just before Christmas, containing useful information that will help institutions plan ahead.
The Education Funding Agency (EFA) announced in its bulletin on December 18 that the application portal for Academies Capital Maintenance Fund (ACMF) 2014 to 2015 is now open.
News that motorists will no longer need to find their motor insurance certificate when taxing their vehicle, and that the paper disc is to be scrapped from next year will please fleet owners, who currently spend time and money taxing their company fleet.
Friday the 13th was not an unlucky date for British start-up firms, as StartUp Britain revealed that 499,149 businesses had been started by that date, meaning that the target of 523,410 should be reached by the end of the year.