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We offer three packages to suit your business needs. Joining FSB Connect is free, our Business Essentials package starts at £172.50 in the first year and our specialist Business Creation package has a fixed price of £129.
FSB is welcoming a report from an influential House of Lords committee, which calls for a delay in the launch of the Government’s ‘Making Tax Digital’ programme until 2020
FSB responds to the Government’s draft legislation on plans to digitise the tax system,
FSB responds to the influential cross-party Treasury Select Committee in Parliament has released its report on Government plans to digitise tax records and reporting
Smallest businesses to be exempt from digital record-keeping and quarterly updates
The ABAB has refused to support the Government’s plans for quarterly digital tax returns
FSB comments on the Office of Tax Simplification Small company taxation review
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) which rose slightly to 0.3% in January
FSB comments on HMRC plans which will require small businesses to move from annual to quarterly digital tax reporting by 2020.
FSB comments on the Autumn Statement and Spending Review speech from Chancellor George Osborne
Chancellor urged to focus on business rates and energy prices, small business finance and pushing through further tax simplification and job creation measures
Responding to the announcement by the Prime Minister of new tax and borrowing powers for Wales, FSB Welsh Policy Unit Chair Janet Jones Commented.
Small businesses which file their self-assessment tax forms in late during these testing times must be given a break by HM Revenues and Customs (HMRC), the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) urged today.
The FSB has expressed concern that the Business Rate Supplements Bill will impose extra tax burdens on businesses and has suggested a series of amendments to soften the blow of the legislation.
The FSB is urging the UK Government to lay off small businesses in the 2008 Budget. In its annual submission to the Treasury on behalf of its 210,000 members, of which over 10,000 are in Wales, the FSB recommends acti
The FSB is urging small business owners and self-employed business people across Wales to ensure that they have completed their self assessment tax returns in time to beat the January 31 deadline. If you were sent a tax return by the 31 October 2007
Small firms have been warned to get clearance from the taxman before planning office Christmas parties, or workers could wake up with a tax bill as well as a sore head.
The Federation of Small Businesses has criticised the continuing uncertainty over changes to capital gains tax, following an appearance in the House of Commons by the Chancellor Alistair Darling
John Wright, National Chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses, today met with John Hutton, Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has today called on Transport for London (TfL) to step up their efforts to publicise the Low Emission Zone (LEZ) scheme.
The Federation of Small Businesses has welcomed the Treasury Select Committees criticisms of the Pre-Budget Report, which dealt a major blow to small businesses by abolishing taper relief on capital gains tax.
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