Late payments hitting SME workers

CPA Blog
Late payments hitting SME workers. 16th April 2019. 2.2 million employees – SME workers –¬† are reported to get paid late due to company cash flow issues. QuickBooks has revealed in a research project that UK businesses regularly fail to
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UK store closures at a record high

Business
UK store closures at a record high 15th April 2019. Business conditions for brick-and-mortar retailers in Britain continue to remain challenging, with new figures suggesting that the number of UK high street shop closures reached record highs last year. 5,883
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Businesses hit by London emissions initiative

Business
Businesses hit by London emissions initiative 15th April 2019. Businesses have expressed concern over the London emissions initiative. New measures to raise fees for vehicles entering London have been met with criticism and concern from small businesses, with the Federation
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So, just how reliable are those audited figures?

CPA Blog
So, just how reliable are those audited figures? David Hawkins, PAID Division. 12th April 2019. It has been reported that MPs sitting on the on the Business Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee of the House of Commons have taken time
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Bailiffs not above the law

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Bailiffs not above the law. 12th April 2019. MPs on the Parliamentary Justice Committee  are looking to regulate bailiffs. The committee has called for bailiffs to be independently regulated to put a stop to them breaking the rules to collect
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