Business structures

Care homes - be careful about how you treat your property for tax purposes

Many Care Homes do not appear to have received advice about the most appropriate structure for their business, let alone how to deal with the property in the business

Women hold fifth of FTSE100 board positions

Women now hold more than a fifth of all board positions in FTSE100 companies, according to the latest figures.

Most start-ups based at home

Seventy per cent of all new businesses are started at home, research by AXA Business Insurance and the Enterprise Nation business network has found.

Employee 'shares for rights' scheme comes into force

A new employment status that allows workers to waive certain rights - such as the ability to claim for unfair dismissal - in exchange for shares has come into effect.

Government consults on new tax reliefs

The Government has launched a consultation on providing two new tax reliefs worth £50 million to boost and support the creation of employee-owned companies.

Employee ownership backed by Government

British businesses are to be given more education and support on becoming employee-owned firms, the minister for employment relations Jo Swinson has announced.

Accountants can help to change the world

We know that sounds like a big claim. Perhaps even a ridiculous one. But it’s actually true. And it’s also why we get up every morning.

Just 4% of SMEs have provided services for the Olympics

Only four per cent of Britain's SMEs have provided goods and services for the Olympic and Paralympic games, a survey claims.

Government to shift spending power to UK cities

Britain's eight biggest cities outside London have been handed more power to make localised decisions on finance, transport and education, the Government has announced.

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