Consumers and the self-employed with outstanding tax bills may soon be forced to have their debt secured against their home if it is not repaid on time.
Commenting on the Department for Transport's decision to re-start the rail franchising process after last year's failed West Coast procurement process, Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Businesses up and down the country will be relieved to see an end to the protracted uncertainty that has faced the railways since the West Coast tender process was halted last autumn.
A top business lawyer in Yorkshire has welcomed new figures which have shown an increase in entrepreneurial activity in the region, but urged local authorities to ensure support is available that means such momentum can continue to build.
SYEDA are looking to widen the skills on our Board of Trustees, in particular from people with skills in Human Resources, Finance, Management, Legal Affairs and Fundraising.
Following the inevitable success of Get Up To Speed, we welcome delegates to attend the Drinks Reception in the beautiful Cutlers Hall, Sheffield Starting at 18:00, this informal drinks reception will give you the opportunity to hear about the importance of the Festival for the Region from The Master Cutler, Neil MacDonald.
Whilst short on a great host of tax cuts for small businesses George Osborne's latest Budget has introduced some welcome measures aimed at helping small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).