Large Constructors warned again over late payments

Business
Large Constructors warned again over late payments. 28th May 2019. Cabinet minister Oliver Dowden has fired another warning at large constructors over late payment at the RICS annual Construction Conference last week, reiterating the government’s get-tough stance on businesses that
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Retailers seek online sales tax amid high street crisis

Business
Retailers seek online sales tax amid high street crisis 20/05/2019 Retailers have called on the government to introduce an online sales tax in order to fund a reduction in business rates for brick-and-mortar retailers, as the number of high street
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The prompt payment initiative

CPA Blog
The prompt payment initiative 17 May 2019. The government has announced plans for a new prompt payment initiative. The government is planning new legislation to stop those who pay suppliers late from winning government contracts. The new prompt payment initiative
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Government to push aside small creditors in insolvency

CPA Blog
Government to push aside small creditors in insolvency. James Salmon, Director, 19th March 2019. Government plans return of HMRC creditor preference. The Government has announced plans to push aside small creditors and restore HMRC to priority creditor status in corporate
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Government offers ‘empty words’ on SME support

CPA Blog
Government offers ‘empty words’ on SME support. James Salmon, Operations Director, 11th March 2019. The Government has been accused of offering empty words on late payments. Rachel Reeves, chair of the Business, Energy And Industrial Strategy Committee, has criticised the
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