Tool theft is rife in the UK at the moment, with figures showing thefts have risen 30 per cent over the past few years. And it seems even TV renovation programmes aren’t safe.
Government plans to introduce quarterly tax returns have been scrapped, potentially saving the self-employed hundreds of pounds a year.
With the weeks coming thick and fast, it’s easy to feel like summer has run away with you. We’ve put together a checklist of things to start thinking about before autumn rolls around.
With tool theft on the rise in the UK, it’s understandable that tradesmen want the authorities to help with recovering them.
Big brands can afford to pump piles of time and money into their marketing research. We’ve distilled what small businesses can learn from bigger companies’ campaign success.
Small businesses will be banned from charging fees for card payments from next year.
We often hear about British landlords coming head-to-head with overseas-based investors who are looking for a slice of the lucrative British buy-to-let market.
Our data reveals a 41 per cent rise in small business injuries over the past five years, with some very susprising results about which trades are the most dangerous.
Property and technology are businesses that you might not think of as working particularly well together. But that hasn’t stopped a few pioneering firms looking to shake up the property industry.
Tradespeople rank amongst the healthiest workers in the UK, according to research from IronMongery Direct.