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A new study of workplaces has found that being appreciated is significantly more important to employees than money.

Research into the effectiveness of the controversial IR35 employment status tool CEST has found that that half of users polled described it as "bad" or "very bad".

UK employment has reached an all-time high, wages are up and unemployment is at its lowest level since the 1970s.

Chancellor Philip Hammond has said that businesses that are "doing their best to comply" with Making Tax Digital will not be penalised if they inadvertently breach VAT filing or record-keeping rules in the first year.

The latest economic forecast by the British Chambers of Commerce predicts a weaker outlook for business investment and trade due to continued Brexit uncertainty and slower expected global economic growth.

Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond has used the Spring Statement to warn of the economic consequences of leaving the EU without a deal.

A new SME Action Plan has been launched to unlock opportunities for smaller businesses to access government contracts.

Women are increasingly choosing to work for themselves in order to improve their pay and working conditions, according to new research.

The latest SME Health Check Index has found that evaporating confidence and restricted GDP growth are hitting Britain's SMEs.

A new study by the Federation of Small Businesses has found that small firms will have to spend an average of £564 on Making Tax Digital software in the first year.