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The HR Dept's Management Development programme was launched in 2015 and has enabled companies to make significant improvements in their business.
If you are self employed, a landlord or a business with a turnover over £10,000 a year HMRC’s proposed changes to the tax system will affect you.
If you are a business based in central Fleet the Fleet Business Forum needs your view on the proposal for Fleet to become a Business Improvement District.
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Businesses in Fleet can enter the Inspire Business Awards
Staff holiday requests can cause problems for small and medium businesses, particularly in school holiday periods. Here's some helpful advice from The HR Department.
The National Living Wage of £7.20 per hour is being introduced for all over 25s from 1 April. Karen Sanders from the HR Department explains what you need to do to get ready for this change.
What would becoming a Business Improvement District (BID) mean for businesses in Fleet? There is a meeting at The Harlington on Tuesday 9th February to find out more about BIDs and for local businesses to have their say.
Margaret Turner from Turner & Co Chartered Accountants explains how the emergency budget of 2015 will affect small and medium businesses.
HMRC issue fines for tax returns which are submitted late. Although the deadline for submitting tax returns for 2014-15 is 31 January 2016 (or 31 October 2015 if you are submitting a paper return) many people still miss the deadline and incur a penalty fine from HMRC. Margaret Turner from Turner & Co accountants advises how you can avoid a penalty fine.
Many contractors have set up their own companies to bill their clients for work and have benefited from reductions in tax and national insurance contributions. If you’re a contractor would this approach work for you?
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