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HMRC always gets its share

It’s bad enough that failed firms leave a wake of upset and financially hurt creditors. But when the taxman steams in, takes preference over unsecured creditors, saving little for anyone else, it can leave a particularly nasty taste in the mouth.

Any which way but lose?

In spite of the latest zany political shenanigans – Boris threatening to break the law (or actually breaking the law), opposition MPs sitting on Speaker John Bercow in an attempt to, physically, prevent prorogation, a government wilfully throwing its majority away – it looks very much like the UK could, one way or another, finally leave the EU on 31 October – and on a no-deal basis too.

Building a viable business out of a Bedroom Project

When Ed Snelson ran a printed clothing business as part of a year-long Young Enterprise project at school it sparked the beginnings of an idea that years later would evolve to see the now 28-year old heading a £1.4m-turnover print business with a 16-strong workforce.

Clean-up proposal is set to put the records straight

The UK is thought of as being in the vanguard of the rule of law, good governance and best business practice. However, the registration and administration of businesses within the UK has fallen behind that of its overseas rivals.

Printers play it cool for festival fever

While many of us will be looking at the summer through the office or factory window, certain members of the printer fraternity are lucky enough to be spending it attending the long list of amazing music, arts and film festivals the UK offers, delivering a much in demand print service.

Beware the wrath of the tax man

It is unwise to irritate HMRC and, therefore, vital to know how the tax system works and how to avoid penalties Words Adam Bernstein Illustration Snowdon Fine Animation.

What it takes to be a business award winner

Reading-based VGL prides itself on its bold and innovative work which has led to winning numerous accolades.

Find enough space to grow and grow

The need for bigger premises led GH Display to consider an acquisition and expansion in all sorts of ways

Doing business for good will be good for your business

The idea that a commercial organisation should also be a force for good is gaining ground as adherents find it can boost profitability.

Pitch perfect: the art of selling smart

Sniffing out the main chance and flogging it may be the Sugar way, but it’s not always the best.

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