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Property experts have warned that Chancellor George Osborne’s buy-to-let tax changes will take their toll on house prices in coming months – and potentially ‘cripple’ the London property market by next year.
Property experts have warned that Chancellor George Osborne's buy-to-let tax changes will take their toll on house prices in coming months – and potentially 'cripple' the London property market by next year. The warning comes following predictions from The Royal Institution of Chartered ...
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Taxpayers spent a staggering four million hours on hold to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in 2015/16 – and experts are putting the delays down to ‘unnecessary job cuts’.
Taxpayers spent a staggering four million hours on hold to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in 2015/16 – and experts are putting the delays down to 'unnecessary job cuts'. Job cuts at HMRC have been on the rise in recent years, according to the National Audit Office (NAO), which claims that the tax ...
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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is tightening the screws on tax evasion, according to new data which revealed a significant year-on-year rise in ‘specialist investigations’.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is tightening the screws on tax evasion, according to new data which revealed a significant year-on-year rise in 'specialist investigations'. Approximately 3000 firms were referred for 'specialist investigation' during the 2015/16 tax year, representative of an 8 per ...
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A UK haulage director who failed to report or pay Value Added Tax (VAT) has been disqualified for nearly nine years.
A UK haulage director who failed to report or pay Value Added Tax (VAT) has been disqualified for nearly nine years. Mr Steven Heard, of Kent-based logistics firm LVH Services, was investigated by The Insolvency Service (IS), who discovered that he had neither reported nor paid some £500000 of ...
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There is a skills shortage in nearly every sector of the UK according to recruitment experts.
There is a skills shortage in nearly every sector of the UK according to recruitment experts. A monthly jobs report from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation described the situation as so bad that it was now a necessity to hire workers from abroad if the economy was to thrive.
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The ongoing crackdown on corporation tax is proving to be an ‘effective’ success, according to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
The ongoing crackdown on corporation tax is proving to be an 'effective' success, according to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). HMRC claims that by placing an increasing number of large firms under “an exceptional level of scrutiny,” it is winning the war against corporation tax avoidance and ...
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40-somethings across the UK cite not saving enough money as one of their biggest lifetime regrets, according to a new study conducted by high-street bank, Nationwide.
40-somethings across the UK cite not saving enough money as one of their biggest lifetime regrets, according to a new study conducted by high-street bank, Nationwide. A poll of 2000 men and women aged between 40 and 49 revealed that nearly a third of middle-aged Britons regretted not taking ...
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UK jobless rate is the lowest since 2005 and wage growth increases
The unemployment rate in Britain has fallen to its lowest level in more than a decade and the introduction of a National Living Wage has led to a wage growth. The number of unemployed fell to five per cent in the three months to April, a drop of 20000 to 1.671 million, and the lowest since ...
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Employers and SMEs across the UK are calling for new tax breaks after a study revealed that firms’ productivity is falling due an increase in long term absences.
Employers and SMEs across the UK are calling for new tax breaks after a study revealed that firms' productivity is falling due an increase in long term absences. The news comes following a recent study, which quizzed some 300 manufacturing sector businesses on their employee habits – and found ...
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A man accused of avoiding more than £650,000 in tax this week won an appeal against HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), after it emerged that the tax authority had put the wrong date on an enquiry note.
A man accused of avoiding more than £650000 in tax this week won an appeal against HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), after it emerged that the tax authority had put the wrong date on an enquiry note. A tribunal ruled that the error – which concerned a reference to a non-existent tax year – was ...
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85 per cent of British entrepreneurs consider lowering business taxes their number one priority, according to a new Parliamentary study.
85 per cent of British entrepreneurs consider lowering business taxes their number one priority, according to a new Parliamentary study. The news comes following the results of a survey conducted by the Secretariat of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Entrepreneurship – a group ...
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Sluggish growth in the UK’s service sector is likely to mean a further slowdown in the economy in the second quarter of 2016.
Sluggish growth in the UK's service sector is likely to mean a further slowdown in the economy in the second quarter of 2016. Responding to a new survey, around a third of firms in the crucial sector said that general uncertainty was taking its toll on business. According to the research, ...
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