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March 24, 2016 - Rachel Miller
Our round-up of other small business stories making the headlines this week...
March 18, 2016 - Rachel Miller
More UK businesses are coming up with new ideas and launching new products, according to a Government study.
After a consultation with members, the CBI says it has a "mandate" to make the case for staying in the EU after 80% of members polled said being in the EU was good for their business.
March 16, 2016 - Rachel Miller
Business groups representing the UK's small business community have welcomed many of George Osborne's Budget announcements, but some would like to see him go further on tax simplification.
George Osborne has unveiled a raft of announcements in his 2016 Budget Statement aimed at making life easier for the UK's small businesses and sole traders.
March 11, 2016 - Rachel Miller
Logistics, language barriers and a lack of Government support are preventing small businesses in the UK from taking full advantage of exporting opportunities.
Business secretary Sajid Javid has announced new measures to help deliver the Government's commitment to cut a further £10 billion of red tape.
The Institute of Directors says businesses are having to swallow a lot of "bitter medicine" at the moment and it is asking George Osborne to provide "a spoonful of sugar" in next week's Budget statement.
More women than ever are choosing to leave paid employment in order to become their own boss, according to new research.
March 04, 2016 - Rachel Miller
The British Chambers of Commerce, the Forum of Private Business and the Federation of Small Businesses have said they will not pick a side when it comes to the EU referendum
The Federation of Small Businesses is calling on Chancellor George Osborne to use the forthcoming Budget to deliver fundamental reform of business rates and simplify the tax system.
New research has found that on average the UK's freelancers and micro-businesses only get paid for two-thirds of the work they do for customers.
Businesses that are shopping around for a workplace pension provider in order to comply with auto-enrolment have been warned by the Pensions Regulator that some schemes may be risky.
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