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Where to find 'What's new' from HMRC

We've stopped updating the HMRC 'What's new' page, because HMRC's guidance and tools are now accessed through GOV.UK.

Iceland: Entry into force of Double Taxation Convention (PDF 230K)

The Double Taxation Convention between the UK and Iceland, which was signed in London on 17 December 2013, entered into force on 10 November 2014.

Pensions: The draft Annual Allowance Order 2015

The draft Annual Allowance Order 2015 has been published along with draft guidance.

Tariff Stop Press Notice 61 (2014): amendments to Volume 2

Latest amendments to volume 2 of the printed version of the UK Trade Tariff.


Latest news from the FSB

FSB calls on Government to bolster confidence in Spending Review and Autumn Statement

Small businesses need Chancellor's support as many will struggle to cope with adjustment for National Living Wage, automatic enrolment into pensions and changes to tax on dividends

Severe weather could wipe out profits for the UK's small businesses, says FSB

With flood warnings in place across much of the North of England and Wales, and warnings of high winds across the Southern part of the UK, the FSB urges small firms to be as prepared as possible.

SMEs seek diverse sources of financing over traditional routes to access business funding

New research from the BCC and FSB supported initiative - Business Banking Insight

London firms struggling for premises as a result of planning rules

FSB is calling for the Mayor of London and candidates in the 2016 elections to commit to improve the supply of commercial premises for small firms in the capital.


Latest UK Business News

Experts assess Osborne spending plans

Financial experts are poring over the details of George Osborne's Spending Review, in which he funded a U-turn on tax credit cuts with a £27bn windfall.

Cyber-thieves 'target bargain hunters'

Cyber-thieves are preparing malware and spam campaigns in a bid to catch out retailers and shoppers during the run-up to Christmas, say experts.

The firms using Mexican prisoners

The businesses offering hope to Mexican prisoners

Commonwealth looms in Brexit campaign

Should the UK choose between the EU and the Commonwealth?


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