UK Chancellor Philip Hammond announced the Spring Statement 2019 on Wednesday 13 March, and there were some key points that tradespeople will want to know about – from late payment plans to apprenticeships.
The government’s latest consultation sets out its current position and calls for contractors and freelancers to have their say on rules being introduced in April 2020.
While cyber insurance is a relatively new worry for businesses, it’s not one that should be overlooked.
A new report has criticised mortgage lenders for not catering to the needs of the self-employed.
Philip Hammond announced the Spring Statement today amid considerable uncertainty. Here’s what he said.
A survey of nearly 20,000 small business banking customers carried out between January and December 2018 ranks 14 banks. Where does yours come in?
Looking into funding options for your small business? If you need to raise money for your company, SEIS could be a scheme worth considering.
Some of the latest mortgage products for landlords are aimed at those with a deposit of just 15 per cent – but is this deal too good to be true?
There are always tax and other financial changes the self-employed have to get to grips with when the new tax year starts on 6 April.
HMRC slapped a homeless man with penalties totalling £1,600 after he failed to file his tax return by the due date, according to a report in The Guardian.