Small and medium-sized enterprises are increasingly able to secure bank loans supported by a government-backed scheme.
It’s not hard to imagine the reverberating consequences of getting payroll wrong. Employees will start to hear alarm bells or will question the professionalism of the company.
Since the start of the tax year a new scheme has been introduced by HM Revenue & Customs. Designed to make it easier for smaller firms to manage their tax affairs, self-employed individuals or partnerships are able to choose from two new processes, simplified expenses and/or cash basis.
Less information in annual financial statements will be required by smaller companies throughout the European Union (EU) thanks to a new red-tape cutting measure that was adopted in June by the European Parliament.
Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank are launching a Business Week as part of their ongoing support for UK businesses.
The Long Mountain Centre in Westbury, Shropshire is set to double in size following a £190,000 finance package from Santander Corporate & Commercial.
As London-based maternity clothing brand Isabella Oliver celebrates it tenth year, the company is undertaking a significant investment in people, systems and processes to help accelerate growth after securing £1.4 million from Santander's Breakthrough programme.
Entrepreneurs who have started a business through the government-funded Start Up Loans Company can now access second-phase funds from the high street bank Santander UK plc,with more banks in the pipeline to follow suit.
Revellers in Lancashire are in for a fright after a local attraction which specialises in scaring people is expanding with funding from Yorkshire Bank.
Specialist bike cleaning products business Muc-Off is gearing up for growth after receiving a £1.95 million investment package as part of Santander's Breakthrough programme.
A leading North West agricultural machinery business which counts Manchester United among its customers is expanding with support from Yorkshire Bank.
London’s entrepreneurs with overseas vision met with senior representatives from the Ajman Free Zone Authority in the United Arab Emirates, at London Chamber of Commerce this week, to unlock the business opportunities across the Middle East.
Extra financial support for British entrepreneurs to start a business is now available through Start-Up Loans and New Enterprise Allowance.
As wages fail to keep up with household bills Aviva's bi-annual SME Pulse found nearly half (44%) of part time business owners say they run their businesses to supplement existing incomes.
Lending through the Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme reached £84 million for the second quarter of 2013.
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