Companies House to change filing requirements for small businesses

Companies House to change filing requirements for small businesses

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published a whitepaper detailing its response to consultations on Companies House reform. We know the service to be flexible and accessible, as it enables many entrepreneurs, every day, to incorporate

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Future Fund announced to support struggling start-ups

Future Fund announced to support struggling start-ups

The UK Government has unveiled a new £1.25bn Future Fund, which will be delivered in partnership with the British Business Bank. The fund, which will be run until at least the end of September, is designed to ensure that early

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New campaign aims to continue to raise awareness of auto-enrolment

New campaign aims to continue to raise awareness of auto-enrolment

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have launched a new, dual-branded, auto-enrolment campaign. The campaign places emphasis on the importance of employees ‘getting to know’ their workplace pension scheme and employers ‘getting to know’ their responsibilities. So far over

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Making life easier with multi-user accounting software

Last week, accounting software provider KashFlow™ announced long-awaited improvements to its online accounting package, designed for small business owners. What’s new? Following feedback from many of its customers, the company has revealed handy enhancements to the ‘multi-user’ function. These developments

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A summary of Philip Hammond’s Spring Budget speech

Yesterday afternoon The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, delivered his first and last Spring Budget, giving a promising speech in which he altered very little within the tax system promoting a level of stability that we, as accountants, can only approve of.

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