Small impact on late payments from small business commissioner

CPA Blog
Small impact on late payments from the small business commissioner Packing  a small punch The small business commissioner has put the “small” into late payment collections. Paul Uppal, who was appointed by the government  as small business commissioner with the
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What if Thomas Cook collapses?

CPA Blog
What if Thomas Cook collapses? What  if Thomas Cook collapses? The world’s oldest travel firm, Thomas Cook,  has lost 60% of its stock value in a week as its profits slumped and its debt piled up. Founded in 1841, Thomas
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MPs turn attention to late payers

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MPs turn attention to late payers If you thought Parliament was preoccupied by the Brexit talks, then think again. MPs have some how found time to raise the issue of late payment. MPs call for 30 day supplier pay rule
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Pay late and outsourcers face being blocked from Government contracts

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Pay late and outsourcers face being blocked from Government contracts 29/11/18 Pay late and outsourcers face being blocked from Government contract. Government plans to crack down on late payments could see public sector outsourcers blocked from new contracts if they
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Small Businesses in the North East have the highest risk of insolvency.

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Small Businesses in the North East have the highest risk of insolvency. Small Businesses in the North East have the highest risk of insolvency. Research by Insolvency specialists R3 shows companies that employ fewer than 50 people or are based
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