AAT piles on pressure for late payment reform

Business
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

CPA Blog
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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Are project bank accounts the answer to late payment?

CPA Blog
Are project bank accounts the answer to late payment? James Salmon, Director, 17th January 2019. MP Debbie Abrahams, a campaigner against late payments has put forward a private members bill calling for payments on government and public authority contracts to
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Government misses payment targets

Business
Government misses payment targets. James Salmon, Operations Director, 8th January 2019. Despite making noises about treating late payment seriously, The Cabinet Office is missing its targets to pay suppliers on time. The government has made a pledge to be a
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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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