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The biggest news on the tax front is the planned consultation on the tax differences between the employed and self employed, writes Steve Roberts, Tax Director, Armstrong Watson.
Justin Rourke, Financial Planning Consultant at Armstrong Watson, sets out the Auto enrolment responsibilities which now fall upon smaller firms regardless of the legal structure of the business.
Sally Azarmi, director of Azarmi & Co and chair of the Law Society’s Small Firms Committee, recommends keeping close track of business expenses
Jon Whittle shares insights on the problems facing small firms today
Paul Bennett endorses the ‘art of the telephone call’
Jon Whittle reveals how small firms are viewing future business prospects
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Battle lines set to be drawn over the potential reduction in professional indemnity insurance minimum terms.
Numbers appear to be going down, but representatives say new research is selective and misleading.
Practices insured by unrated outfit Enterprise have less than three weeks to find alternative indemnity cover.