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Insolvency fees rise but the number of insolvencies drop

Hart Shaw Business Recovery is reminding SMEs that revised fees for bankruptcies and company insolvencies will come into force on 16 November 2015.

Fees and charges are reviewed annually and the revised fee structure ensures that the cost of insolvency processes is paid for by those who use them. 251 more words

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New EU court ruling could have significant impact on businesses

Sheffield based Chartered Accountants Hart Shaw is warning businesses to be aware of a new European court ruling which has clarified that travelling time to and from work could itself be classed as work. 320 more words

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New website for Hart Shaw Business Recovery & Insolvency

Hart Shaw Business Recovery & Insolvency has developed a new website, embracing new technological methods for better usability.

The new mobile friendly website has better functionality for users accessing the site via different devices. 178 more words

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Winning sponsors...

How can you be a successful Sponsor of business transformation? A winning Sponsor PACES FAVOURS. Here are my top tips for what Sponsors must have. 320 more words

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More UK start-ups survive first year of business than European counterparts

Sheffield based Hart Shaw has commented on a recent study that shows more of Britain’ start-ups are surviving their first year of business than their European peers. 247 more words

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SMEs face barriers to growth

46 per cent of SME owners believe that a lack of access to skilled workers is the main obstacle to growing their business. The figure comes from research conducted by the British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) and Populus in which 500 directors, senior leaders and SME owners were polled. 230 more words

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The TTIP of the iceberg

The future of the UK’s SMEs could be threatened if the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is introduced.

TTIP would bring benefits to big business, but SMEs seem set to lose out. 345 more words

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