Find out how business rates are calculated, what's changed with the 2023 revaluation of non-domestic properties, and how to get the help and relief you're entitled to as a small business.
Following the 2023 Non-Domestic Rates revaluation, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Scotland has published a guide for small business owners.
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Following the publication of the revaluation roll, which will see thousands of businesses’ Non-Domestic Rates (NDR) bills change, the Federation of Small Business’ (FSB) Scotland Policy Chair Andrew McRae has warned of the impacts rising bills could have on firms already stretched to the limit.
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For small businesses with premises rates is a big cost, and with April’s revaluations landing here’s some info that may help you work out what changed, changes for future years, and what help there is from your local authority.
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