Tax officials have told the charity sector that it will not be penalised for non-compliance with Making Tax Digital in the 12 months after its launch.
MP and Treasury Minister Mel Stride has warned taxpayers to be on the lookout for increasingly elaborate phishing emails, text messages and phone calls purporting to be from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
Research by the Prompt Payment Directory has found that small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) owners are both struggling financially and suffering from mental health problems as a result of late payments.
More and more farmers are switching to making Basic Payment Scheme applications online, and more than 88 per cent of the 2018 BPS applications so far have been received this way.
The bus company which failed to enrol its employees into a workplace pension has faced further sanctions.
A welcome pack is now available online for new charity trustees to quickly get to grips with their wide-ranging responsibilities.
Defra Secretary Michael Gove has recognised the role livestock will play in future farming systems, becoming the first Minister to accept the link between sustainable food systems and healthy diets.
The Government has alerted business owners and directors to a new scam email professing to be from Companies House. If you receive one of these emails, do not open it and report it to the relevant authority.
Local authorities do not offer fair and transparent policies on charity business rates relief, according to report
Charity shops are “falling victim” to inconsistent and unfair policies on business rates relief and waste management, according to a new industry report.
The UK’s four farming unions have called on the Government to get behind farmers and the high quality, affordable food they produce as the UK moves to the next phase of Brexit negotiations. In a joint statement, the National Farmers Union (NFU), the Ulster Farmers’ Union, NFU Scotland and NFU Cymru said that a well-managed […]