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Self-employed people are happier, according to a new study - 27 January 2017

Self-employed people earn more money, work less, and are happier, according to new research published this week.

HMRC publishes list of silliest self-assessment expense claims - 26 January 2017

A list of some of the silliest expense claims featured in recent self-assessment tax returns has been published by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).

Wages up across the board, says study - 25 January 2017

Key UK regions and industries witnessed standout wage growth in the final three months of 2016, according to new research from online job board CV-Library.

Gesipa Blind Riveting Systems Limited, Keighley - 24 January 2017

“Strict Group reporting deadlines require Watson Buckle to audit, prepare accounts and calculate tax liabilities within three weeks of our year end. They have never failed to sign off the accounts as required and the audit is always conducted with

Small business owners are failing to fully understand tax returns, study reveals - 24 January 2017

A new study suggests that 31 per cent of small business owners do not know how to correctly submit their tax return, while 27 per cent did not think that they were required to submit one at all.

HMRC compliance teams shift focus to target more SMEs - 23 January 2017

Compliance teams at HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) are shifting their focus towards small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) – many of which are unprepared for close scrutiny, according to reports.

Retail sales record biggest monthly fall for more than four and a half years - 20 January 2017

The UK’s retail sector recorded the sharpest fall in sales for more than four and a half years, official figures have revealed.