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The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is today calling for a repeat performance on interest rates from the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee by initiating a cut of a least 1.5 per cent in its monthly announcement this afternoon.
Responding to the Bank of England''s cut in interest rates of one and a half per cent, Federation of Small Businesses National Chairman John Wright said:
The FSB today delivered a letter to Downing Street calling on the Prime Minister to introduce two measures as part of its economic revival package.
The Federation of Small Businesses, the British Chambers of Commerce and the Institute of Directors today joined forces to call on the Government to rethink its plans for a Supplementary Business Rate.
Business Rates Will Hit Local Jobs
The Federation of Small Businesses has called on the Government to drop its plans for a supplementary business rate
The Federation of Small Businesses says that many small firms in Wales are now struggling to pay their rates bills which were recalculated in 2005. The group said that business rates are often the third largest item of expenditure after salaries/wage
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has once again stressed the importance of uniform business rates, following calls from the Local Government Association to return rate-setting powers to local authorities.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) today launched a petition campaign across England and Wales to demonstrate the strength of feeling amongst the business community against possible proposals to restore local authority control over business rat
As the inquiry into local government operation and funding continues under the chairmanship of Sir Michael Lyons.
Small business leaders have called for a better business voice in local authorities
The FSB today urged Gordon Brown, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, to address the concerns of small businesses in his Pre-Budget Report, to be delivered on December 5.
22 per cent of businesses across England have not applied for a reduction in their business rate bills even though they are entitled to do so according to new research by the FSB.
The main political parties have been busy trumpeting their enterprise credentials, but today the FSB reveals if their efforts are likely to translate into votes.
As new business rate demands drop through the letter boxes of businesses all over Wales, many are faced with an uncertain future and possibly closure because of huge and disproportionate increases following the 2005 revaluation of non-domestic proper
As small businesses brace themselves for dramatic, inflation-busting increases in their water bills, the FSB is warning regulators that continuous utility price hikes are damaging small firms.
Reacting to last nights 7.3% non-domestic rate rise by Belfast City Council, the Federation of Small Businesses has stated that that this rise will hurt many local retailers in the City, who are already struggling with high business costs.
The government must extend its rates relief scheme otherwise small businesses will continue to suffer disproportionately from business rates, the FSB warned today (Monday 24 January 2005).
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