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The office of the Small Business Commissioner is expected to be operational by the end of 2017.

Secretary of State for Business, Greg Clark, announced the appointment of Paul Uppal as the Small Business Commissioner. The appointment of the SBC builds on the Government’s programme of support for small business, since 2010 including: British Business Bank programmes supporting £3.4 billion of finance to over 59,000 smaller businesses; over 50,000 Start-Up Loans worth almost £340 million; [...]

Duty To Report – Prompt payment the battle continues…

Why should SME's take a good look into outsourcing credit control options early on in the payment cycle process of their business? ....to help avoiding as much late payment as possible. For some that's only realised when it's almost too late. The blame may often lay in their own hands not just their debtors, when facing [...]

Guidance to help large businesses report on how quickly they pay their suppliers

Guidance published ahead of measures coming into force in April 2017 to boost transparency of payment practices to help small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) The regulations confirm that from April 2017, large companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) will have to publically report twice a year on their payment practices and performance, including the average [...]

2017-02-01T10:16:48+00:00February 1st, 2017|Categories: Duty to report, News|