Just half of the invoices sent during 2017 by micro-firms were paid on time or within three days of payment deadlines, new research has revealed.
According to the latest figures from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), the number of people being charged with rape in the West Midlands is falling, despite more crimes being reported to the Police.
In recent days, Network Rail has unveiled plans to downsize its substantial commercial property portfolio by ‘selling off’ as many as 5,200 commercial units.
Proposed legislation presented to Parliament this week will stop large organisations placing unfair contractual restrictions on smaller suppliers.
Parents who gift money to their children or grandchildren in a bid to help them get on the property ladder are being reminded to consider the complex Inheritance Tax (IHT) rules affecting gifts.
Approximately 66,543 mortgages were approved last month – a 2.7 per cent rise on the number of new loans approved in July, new research reveals.
Last month, we revealed that our firm’s most ambitious charity challenge to date will, quite literally, be scaling new heights! Three of our intrepid fundraisers will attempt to conquer the Three Peaks Challenge in just 24 hours, on 18 May
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has published data which reveals that more than 100,000 first-time buyers have benefited from the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) reforms announced at the last Budget. During the period until 30 June this year, 121,500
A new report has identified that those who save for care in later life could pay up to £10,000 a year more than those whose bills are met by local councils. The figures, prepared by care analysts LaingBuisson, found that
People who have made a Will, very often free of charge, with a bank are being encouraged to have it reviewed to make sure it doesn’t contain expensive clauses. Several high street banks offer Will writing services, some at a