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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The draft Annual Allowance Order 2015 has been published along with draft guidance.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 concerned new international banking rules could squeeze lending to SMEs

FSB is concerned about new proposals from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the group that sets global banking standards, which will raise the amount of capital the banks are required to hold against certain loans.

Government must take decisive action now on Operation Stack, says FSB

FSB has written a letter to the Government today, (Monday 27th July 2015) calling on ministers to address, once and for all the travel chaos caused by Operation Stack.

FSB holds talks to assess the growth potential in the North

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is calling for greater efforts to rebalance the economy away from London and the South East to ensure the vision of a prosperous Northern Powerhouse becomes a reality.

FSB and CBI present a unified business voice

For the first time the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) are joining forces to deliver a united message: Big and small Businesses - The reality is collaboration not conflict

 

Latest UK Business News

Rio's favelas get Olympics B&B fever

Rio's favelas to accommodate visitors to 2016 Olympics

Why do off-shore tax havens still exist?

Why 'sunny places for shady people' continue to thrive

VIDEO: 'My greenhouse made of sash windows'

Architect student Rachael Taylor tells the story of her community greenhouse, made out of recovered sash windows.

Half of online world uses Facebook

Half the world's estimated online population now check into social networking giant Facebook at least once a month.
 
 

 

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