A new survey has found that over half of landlords in the UK feel optimistic about the buy to let sector despite a raft of regulatory and tax changes introduced in recent years.
Following the announcement that the UK will move away from traditional subsidies based on farm size and towards a system that encourages stewardship of land “for the public good”, trial schemes are being held in Norfolk, Suffolk and Yorkshire.
Bankers and insurance brokers face a bigger income tax burden than ever before, accounting for more of the Governments largest source of tax revenue than any other industry.
According to insurers NFU Mutual, farmers in the UK are resorting to ‘medieval’ methods to defend their land from thieves as rural crime is now costing them at least £40 million.
A new and improved Charity Details service will be published later this summer following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
According to research from Hitachi Capital Business Finance, almost a quarter of small business owners in the UK (24 per cent) have taken fewer than five days holiday in the last year, with an astonishing 15 per cent taking no leave at all. The main reasons for this include money worries and concerns regarding cash […]
Farmers fear that extreme weather conditions could push UK food prices up this year and cause both short and long-term problems and the two-months drought following a wet Spring is already thought to be causing problems for all sectors of the agricultural industry.
New research suggests that business owners and decision-makers need more support, as the day-to-day responsibilities of running a business are leaving many feeling ‘burnt out’.
The Charity Commission has published new research into what factors the public associate with trustworthiness as part of its campaign to improve transparency in the sector.
The Government has published the long-awaited outcome of its Gift Aid donor benefits rules consultation, which it published in 2017.