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Why Many Entrepreneurs and SME’s Fail in The First 2 Years

When starting a new business, eight out of ten will fail before they even make it to the first three years… Read on if you’d like to know what you can do to prevent this. Entering into the world of business can be a challenge and the last thing anyone wants to focus on during […]

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Conservatives are rattled by Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party

The born republican Jeremy Corbyn has caused quite a stir for the political world. He has rattled the conservatives ever since he became the new leader of the Labour party, with his views and policies championing for the middle and working class. He addresses the issues of inherited wealth and inequality and has a strong […]

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Conservatives may Raise Inheritance Tax Threshold to £1m

The hugely unpopular “death tax” may be overhauled, making it fairer for those living down south, and ensuring that wealthier people won’t be the only ones to benefit. The current one-size-fits-all policy means that those living in areas with higher valued houses are paying much more inheritance tax, as higher house prices  often push their […]

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UKIP set to unveil income tax reforms in party conference

UKIP is set to unveil far-reaching reforms to income tax – with those earning as much as £55,000 set to pay 35p of tax for every £1, instead of 40p. Led by Nigel Farage, the controversial party has received a surge of popularity recently. On Friday, it is set to announce that it would raise […]

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G20 in joint efforts to shut international loopholes

Bad news for multinational corporations may be on the horizon. New rules from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development could mean that online giants such as Amazon and Google will be forced to disclose where their profits were made, and where their taxes were paid. This could lead to the many loopholes in tax […]

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How would tax rates be affected by Scottish independence?

The story that has been on everybody’s lips has been Scottish independence – and whether there’s a Yes or a No vote, there could be tax changes afoot. If Scotland decides to go it alone, Holyrood would be able to decide its own income tax rates, not to mention VAT and corporation tax. Lowering the […]

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HMRC ‘should be banned from misleading Parliament’

HMRC has been accused of misleading Parliament, its MPs and the public after it inaccurately suggested it was collecting billions of pounds in extra taxes. One expert, Sir Andrew Dilnot, wants the taxman to be banned from confirming how much revenue it collects in the wake of the scandal. In the 2011/12 tax year, as […]

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By 2033, one in three of us will pay 40p tax rate

The income tax paid by one in three Britons – including public-sector workers such as teachers and nurses – could end up in the higher rate in the next 20 years, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility. In its latest forecast, the OBR said that more than 9 million people could be landed with […]

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Public Favour Merger of Income Tax and NI

Research by PwC suggests that a merger of income tax and national insurance would get widespread public support. The research was carried out with the help of a representative group of 22 members of the public. Following the research, PwC have set a number of recommendations for reform of the UK’s tax system before government. […]

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PAYE Mistakes hit 5.5 Million People

HMRC estimates that 5.5 million people have paid the wrong amount of tax through PAYE in the 2013/2014 tax year. This figure is higher than the 5.2 million who paid the wrong amount of tax due to PAYE miscalculations last year. Of these people, it is estimated that 2 million have overpaid and will be […]

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