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Think tank calls for R&D tax credit reform - 17 November 2017

A key think tank has criticised the effectiveness of the research and development (R&D) tax credit scheme, after it claimed …

Cybercrime increasingly common in the legal sector - 17 November 2017

A new study suggests that cybercrime is growing increasingly common in the legal sector, with one in five law firms …

Teachers swayed to leave profession by feelings of “unmanageable” workload - 16 November 2017

Teachers are most likely to throw in the towel because they feel that their workload is “unmanageable”, according to a …

SME retailers urged to take advantage of Black Friday - 16 November 2017

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in the retail sector are being urged to take advantage of Black Friday. The …

Chancellor under mounting pressure to address SDLT - 15 November 2017

Chancellor Philip Hammond is facing ever-increasing pressure to address Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in next week’s Autumn Budget, amid …

How can SMEs boost productivity? - 14 November 2017

The best way for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to boost workplace productivity is to offer more flexible working opportunities …

Study sheds light on SME growth trends - 13 November 2017

A new study has revealed the UK’s top business sectors in terms of small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) growth.

“Taxing robots would not protect jobs”, claims CPS - 10 November 2017

Opposition-led calls for a “tax on robots” have been shut down by a new report, which highlights the potential for …