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Insider November 17
Under-25s push for national living wage equality, Late payments continue to hit SMEs, Cautious businesses delaying investment and Apprenticeship levy leaves firms baffled

Insider October 17
Paper tax return deadline reminder, Sole traders exposed to cash crises and Finance Bill 2017-19 round-up

Insider September 17
High value dealers need to register for cash payments, Rising national living wage hits SME profits, Recruiters working harder to ill vacancies and Businesses urged to prepare for Data Protection Bill.

Insider August 17
This month's insider includes - Sick pay valued over other benefits, Lack of funds holding back start-ups, Important changes to PSC reporting & Businesses approve Prompt Payment Code

Insider July 17
This month's Insider includes - HMRC urged to extend executors’ inheritance tax deadline, Rejected contracts hit SMEs in the pocket, Second payment on account deadline reminder & Businesses prepare for data protection changes.

Insider June 17
In this issue - Expenses and benefits deadline looms, Employers back employment law rights, Firms plan to offset rising costs and Staff fear working beyond 65!

Insider May 17
Employers with more than 250 staff are now required by law to report gender pay gaps, following the introduction of new legislation.

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Insider February 17
This month’s Insider newsletter looks at SME borrowing set to rise in 2017. SME borrowing is projected to rise 22% in 2017,according to Zurich. The survey of 1,000 SME owners showed that firms are planning to borrow an average of £41,770. Other stories include Retired household income up 13% since 2008, Financial concerns affect worker performance and how small firms are paying above minimum pension contributions.

Insider January 17
The first issue of 2017 covers Self-assessment reminder,Tax and finance changes for 2017 and VAT flat rate scheme changes.

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Family home allowance
Not everyone’s a winner with the recently-introduced residence nil-rate band. Rising property prices have left more families being elevated to millionaire status and dealing with the inheritance tax (IHT) implications that come with it. The Treasury collected £4.6 billion from IHT in 2015/16, compared to £2.69 billion in 2010/11, to reflect a rising year-on-year trend. And that shows no signs of slowing down any time soon.