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Public sector workers should be entitled to at least three days of paid leave if they wish to volunteer in grassroots sport, according to the ... More
Several grassroots sports clubs may have to close down if the chancellor doesn’t extend business rate relief during tomorrow’s Budget announcement (8 March), according to ... More
National governing bodies (NGBs) will be able to donate directly to grassroots sport schemes without paying corporation tax following an intervention by the Treasury. Previously, ... More
The prescription of physical activity by medical professionals and increased funding to support the inclusion of refugees are two of several recommendations made in a ... More
The government hopes to encourage private sector investment in grassroots sport by exploring the possibility of reducing or scrapping corporation tax, thus weaning clubs and ... More
The government is gearing up to launch a consultation that will determine whether corporation tax on grants and donations will be scrapped for grassroots sports ... More
FreeMotion Fitness
FreeMotion Fitness
An extension to the Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) relief could bring financial assistance to more than 40,000 grassroots sport clubs in the UK. The ... More
The chancellor George Osborne has scrapped the annual alcohol duty escalator and will also cut the price of a pint of beer by 1p from ... More
George Osborne, chancellor of the Exchequer, has "missed an opportunity" to increase the competitiveness of the UK hospitality and tourism sector, following this year's Budget. ... More
UK bookmaker Ladbrokes has unveiled proposals to close its call centre operations at Aintree, Liverpool, in a response to increasing competition from offshore companies. The ... More
With the Digital Switchover scheduled to happen in the South West, West, Wales and Granada TV regions this year, many hotels and B&Bs are faced ... More
Finally, there is some good news for hoteliers in the UK. According to Simon Calder, travel editor for the Independent newspaper: "There will be a ... More
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Miha Bodytec GmbH
BHA Tax and Accountancy Patron Suppliers Vantis have written a very helpful document detailing the new HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) flexibility on tax payment ... More
The Chancellor's announcement on Monday 24 November 2008 to cut the standard rate of VAT from 17.5 to 15 per cent (equal to a price ... More
It is ironic that in the association’s centenary year the government has introduced so many fiscal measures that have had a negative impact on the ... More
Chancellor Alistair Darling’s March budget confirmed the industry’s worst fears. Although no new impositions were heaped upon the industry (except for the increase in alcohol ... More
Alistair Darling has today announced his first budget as chancellor of the exchequer. In an hour-long speech he set out the government’s spending plans over ... More
With British Tourism Week almost upon us, how important is tourism to the British economy? The answer is clear. Britain attracts 32 million overseas visitors ... More
Do we have a government that supports small businesses and the tourism industry in particular? Government decisions in the last few months make me doubt ... More
Chartered accountancy firm MacIntyre Hudson has said that the Chancellor’s budget decision to phase out industrial buildings allowances will hit the hotel sector hard. The ... More
Gordon Brown has announced in his latest budget that taxes on alcohol and cigarettes are set to increase. According to the Chancellor, from midnight on ... More
REITs which were launched on 1 January 2007 are set to change the face of the property investment market in the UK over the coming ... More
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