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Construction
10 October, 2016

This has been a good year for the P&L of the construction industry as a whole: turnover is up and so are profits - all without a significant increase in the size of the balance sheet, suggesting that the sector is working its capital more effectively. But as ever, some individual companies are better prepared than others.

HMRC
10 October, 2016

News this week is the declaration by the taxman of its intention to spare the smallest businesses the burden of quarterly tax reporting. But will this move lead to some unexpected problems when it comes to smaller companies securing credit?

SME
10 October, 2016

Again this summer we learnt that one in five small and medium-sized firms are expecting to write almost £6bn in bad debts in 2016. This amounts to around £31,000 per company affected, which is no small sum.

Bernard Matthews
20 September, 2016

Private equity firm Rutland Partners confirms the sale of Bernard Matthews, known for its “bootiful” turkeys,  to Ranjit Boparan, the founder and owner of the 2 Sisters Food Group.

Construction
12 September, 2016

Company Watch CEO Denis Baker looks at the performance of the UK’s leading construction companies.

HMRC
18 August, 2016

News this week is the declaration by the taxman of its intention to spare the smallest businesses the burden of quarterly tax reporting. But will this move lead to some unexpected problems when it comes to smaller companies securing credit?

Brexit
10 August, 2016

They say the truth is the first casualty of war. It’s certainly been a casualty of the vicious public debate about Brexit.

5 August, 2016

As we head towards negative interest rates, we ask if moving your business bank account is the right thing to do?

30 June, 2016

The care sector is in a financial mess. What's the current situation and is it likely to improve? 

Biggest British high-street failure since Woolworths
5 May, 2016

BHS (formerly British Home Stores) - files for Administration with potential 11000 job losses - the biggest British high street failure since Woolworths. 

 

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