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Car and van drivers are being warned about rules that could see them hit with a heavy fine when buying food at a drive thru.
6 April marked the start of the 2019-20 tax year and there are a number of new buy-to-let tax rules landlords should keep an eye on this year.
A survey carried out by the British Chambers of Commerce has revealed that businesses think the tax system is “fundamentally unfair”.
Landlords who rent to disabled tenants will need to consider a range of factors. But if they get it right, an adapted property could end up in high demand.
Former Loose Women presenter Kaye Adams has successfully challenged HMRC in court, confirming a job she worked on with the BBC qualified as being ‘off payroll’ for tax purposes.
Following the January Self Assessment deadline, news that you’re due a tax rebate is often welcome – but watch out for fraudsters, HMRC warns.
Here’s the Apprenticeship Levy, explained – if you’re thinking of taking on an apprentice, find out if your business will need to pay.
If your business needs a cash boost, you may be considering a small business loan. We’ve taken a deeper look so you can find out how small business loans work and compare some of the options.
Cyber attacks can cost thousands of pounds in repairs and loss of business, and a new report indicates that small businesses may be more at risk.
The new tax year started on 6 April. While some allowance changes can help you save, are there any more ways the self-employed can cut costs?