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- 6 Jun 20234 minute read
Are regulatory roadblocks hampering ambition?
The UK is often seen as a place that is 'open for business', but recently a number of high-profile regulatory delays have meant that major companies are now considering listing overseas instead.
- 1 Jun 20236 minute read
A guide to National Insurance for the self-employed [2023 update]
Freelancers and the self-employed pay their National Insurance contributions a little differently to people employed by a company. Read our guide to the ins and outs of how National Insurance works for the self-employed.
- 31 May 20235 minute read
A landlord’s guide to HMO licensing
Around 1 in 10 private rented properties in the UK are classed as houses in multiple occupation (HMOs). We explore what licences landlords need to let out their HMO properties.