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  • Tackling late payment by getting back to basics
    by Business Matters on April 16, 2024 at 4:22 pm

    Philip King FCICM, former Small Business Commissioner and advisor to PKF Littlejohn Advisory, believes a ‘back to basics’ approach would help many businesses overcome the late-payment challenge. Read more: Tackling late payment by getting back to basics

  • Understanding the new Tax-Free Childcare plans
    by Business Matters on April 16, 2024 at 1:33 pm

    The new financial year is often an opportunity to get organised for the year ahead. For self-employed parents juggling the demands of running a business with caring for their family, it could also be a good time to review the family planner and take a fresh look at the household budget to ensure they’re getting all the support they’re entitled to. Read more: Understanding the new Tax-Free Childcare plans

  • Hundreds of British bosses fear AI could steal their jobs
    by Business Matters on April 16, 2024 at 8:15 am

    Hundreds of UK chief executives believe that artificial intelligence (AI) could steal their job, underlining widespread fears over the technology’s potential to shake up traditional working models. Read more: Hundreds of British bosses fear AI could steal their jobs

  • From start-up to scale-up: Six key questions that growing businesses leaders should consider
    by Simon Ursell on April 16, 2024 at 7:58 am

    Getting a business off the ground brings with it many challenges. And, when it then comes to scaling up, leaders will have to contend with a whole other set of matters. But the hard work is worth it and rewards plentiful. Read more: From start-up to scale-up: Six key questions that growing businesses leaders should consider

  • UK Unemployment Surges, Sparking Calls for Bank of England Intervention
    by Business Matters on April 16, 2024 at 7:43 am

    As unemployment in the UK reaches its highest level in six months, economists predict a possible interest rate cut by the Bank of England to stimulate the slowing jobs market. Despite a slight dip in wage growth, concerns over inflationary pressures linger amidst signs of cooling employment trends. Read more: UK Unemployment Surges, Sparking Calls for Bank of England Intervention

  • Why businesses should go for controlled growth
    by Yannick Dillen on April 16, 2024 at 7:20 am

    Mario Andretti, the legendary Formula 1 racer, once said the words: “If everything seems under control, then you are just not going fast enough.” Read more: Why businesses should go for controlled growth

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