Do you run, or know of anyone operating a business in Rugby? If so there is some good news, it seems business may be picking up. There has been fewer business closures in Rugby than previously recorded as a recent report states:
“Fewer companies in Rugby closed in 2012 than 2011 – but there has [...]
Is the reality of setting up your own business even worthwhile when persons within the UK government make comments which only highlight how hard life can be for sole traders or those that choose to make a living off of their own work.
In recent comments made by the World Bank they conveyed pretty much what the rest of us already knew, things aren’t going so well. The economy is still grinding along at a barely perceptible rate. Retail stores across the UK are struggling to open their doors, the recent collapse of HMV into administration another example of the effect of [...]
HMRC has gathered back some £21 billion from its efforts following up on those that fail to pay or pay an incorrect amount of tax. There has been rigorous focus on more than 30 company sectors such as lawyers, on-line traders (including small business ebay retailers) and the construction industry.
This was a third more than [...]
Company insolvencies hit a five-year low.
Company insolvency figures are at a five year low, according to data released by the Insolvency Service.
The number of companies going bust in England and Wales has dropped to its lowest level since the end of 2007.
The official data shows that 986 firms went into administration, receivership [...]
As of March 2013 and despite technical issues, the HMRC website is to move from its current domain to a newly created gov.uk domain.The site had been piloted for testing last from late October 2012 and is at the brunt end of criticism from the accounting profession over the mistakes and errors the new site [...]
The Cabinet Office recently launched its business continuity guide, in a joint effort along with the Business Continuity Institute they have launched a survival guide for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
‘Business Continuity for Dummies’, a survival guide for SMEs.
This guide which has been produced with assistance from the BCI and the Emergency Planning [...]
A survey held and recently published by The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) showed that small firms are struggling to raise the money they need to expand. The results indicate that 42% of those who applied for a loan said they were turned down.
The FSB said that while companies were weathering the recession well, business confidence [...]
HMRC (HM Revenue & Customs) have recently put into play an offer that Higher-rate taxpayers that have so far failed to file their returns will have a chance to come forward and ‘pay up’ in a special time-limited offer.
HMRC (www.hmrc.gov.uk) are keen that those responsible for filing their returns [...]
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