For years now, I’ve been utilising and promoting the use of Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) schemes with boards of directors. Many of the companies that I have worked with have gone on to become cash cows or have successfully exited
UK businesses have shown their resilience in the wake of the EU referendum some six months ago, new analysis has suggested. The recent SME Confidence Tracker report, which covered the third quarter of 2016, demonstrated that, while business confidence has
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has launched a consultation into proposals which it has claimed will streamline clearances for those firms making use of venture capital schemes and various tax reliefs.
I have, for a long time now, been promoting the case for simplifying the UK’s tax system, arguing this would make it far easier for start-up businesses to expand. A study – Britain Unlocked: a tax code for global ambition
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIoT) welcomed last week’s announcement that the Government would be conducting a review into Research & Development (R&D) tax credits.
Plans to pump £400million into the capital’s tech start-up industry will not solve some of the sector’s most pressing concerns, leading figures have warned.
During yesterday’s Autumn Statement announcements, Chancellor Philip Hammond said that the UK Government would commit to a £400million funding injection to support start-up and small businesses.
The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) has once again pressed the importance of politicians doing more to make businesses aware of key tax reliefs.
The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) has confirmed it is joining the lobby group Enterprise Nation.
A new report has set out a series of recommendations for overhauling the tax system, which the authors believe would deliver massive improvements for the UK’s entrepreneurs. In its study, The Prelude Group outlines a number of suggestions which it