Government to push aside small creditors in insolvency

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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

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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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Government urged to protect smaller firms against poor payment practices

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Government urged to protect smaller firms against poor payment practices James Salmon, Operations Director, 19/02/2019. The Government has been urged to protect smaller firms against poor payment practices. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) wants the government to introduce measures
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AAT piles on pressure for late payment reform

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AAT piles on pressure for late payment reform. 31st January 2019. The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) yesterday wrote to the Government Minister responsible for dealing with late payment legislation to highlight the wealth of support that exists for proposed
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Small Business Commissioner seeks late payment clampdown

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Small Business Commissioner seeks late payment clampdown. 21st January 2019. Small Business Commissioner Paul Uppal is recommending new proposals which would identify large businesses with a history of making late payments to suppliers via a traffic light system. The recommendations
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