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ONS Inflation Figures Signal Rates Set To Rise By £1.1 BILLION Next Year for businesses Without Government Intervention
ONS Inflation Figures Signal Rates Set To Rise By £1.1 BILLION Next Year for businesses Without Government Intervention
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
  Business rates bills from 1st April next year will rise by a staggering £1.1 billion for businesses across England and Wales without Government intervention as the ONS today reported...
Government's plans to limit business rates rebates
Government's plans to limit business rates rebates
Thursday, October 12, 2017
The Government are planning to restrict business rate appeals against the tax that will raise £23.9billion in England this year, just 6 months into a new 5 year tax regime. It is understood that...
One Small Business Owner A Week Faces Jail Over Rates Tax
One Small Business Owner A Week Faces Jail Over Rates Tax
Friday, September 29, 2017
  Courts are handing out prison sentences of up to 90 days to one small business owner EVERY week for non-payment of business rates in England and Wales, a CVS Freedom of Information Request...
Home Office Loses £16MILLION Tax Appeal Case
Home Office Loses £16MILLION Tax Appeal Case
Thursday, September 21, 2017
  The Home Office has lost a protracted 7 year battle over the level of property taxes it pays for its headquarters. The Home Office moved into the purpose built 800,000 sq ft office block...
Rugby season has started with rates cuts for some Aviva Premiership clubs
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
  The Rugby Premiership season has started, but whilst the Government has admitted that up to 500,000 shops, restaurants, pubs and even NHS hospitals have seen increases in tax bills for 2017...
Government review puts nurseries under pressure
Government review puts nurseries under pressure
Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Parents are facing soaring childcare costs as the Government's controversial business rates review heaps financial pressure on nurseries. Our detailed analysis shows that new Rateable Values...
1 in 5 tax appeals from 2010 remain outstanding
1 in 5 tax appeals from 2010 remain outstanding
Thursday, August 31, 2017
1 in 5 of all business rates appeals in England and Wales against 2010 property valuations still remains unresolved and outstanding new data disclosed today reveals, despite a new tax regime having...
£52 Million tax break benefits Private Hospitals whilst the NHS comes under the rates strain
£52 Million tax break benefits Private Hospitals whilst the NHS comes under the rates strain
Thursday, August 24, 2017
1 in 4 of all private hospitals in England and Wales are registered as charities and receive lucrative tax breaks, our recent Freedom of Information request reveals. Charities in England and Wales...
Urgent changes to the new business rates appeal regime that came into effect in April will be made this week as the number of tax appeals have plummeted by 97%, despite the Government earmarking £1.3Billion for tax rebates this year.
Appeals system ‘stacked against the ratepayer’
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Urgent changes to the new business rates appeal regime that came into effect in April will be made this week as the number of tax appeals have plummeted by 97%, despite the Government earmarking £1....
Football season kicks off this weekend with rates cuts for Premier League clubs
Football season kicks off this weekend with rates cuts for Premier League clubs
Thursday, August 10, 2017
The wait is almost over for the return of one of the most popular sport leagues on the planet. But whilst the Government has admitted that up to 500,000 shops, restaurants, pubs and even NHS...