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More businesses experience skills shortages are turning to internal training schemes rather than hire in new people
Small business owners warned about so-called ‘bandwagon lenders’ that don’t have the necessary skills or knowledge of the lending markets
Traditional banks are not set to abdicate their dominant position any time soon, despite the continued excitement over alternative lenders and their role in supporting SMEs
A new type of scam aims to dupe small businesses into unwittingly launder the proceeds of crimes around the world
Federation of Small Business issues research showing SME owners' time diverted by compliance and admin
Efforts to increase government spending with SMEs have lost momentum, says parliamentary watchdog.
Cover the basics and adhere to payments standards to avoid costly fraud problems, says Global Payments Acceptance
Business groups offer cautious welcome to CMA banking reforms, but warn more must be done to encourage competition
Landmark report puts convenience of switching and transparency of pricing at the heart of SME banking reform, though some critics remain unconvinced whether measures with affect genuine change.
The ATT has urged HMRC to push its digital project back 12 months in order to avoid ‘risk of embarrassment’ to both itself and the government if it goes wrong
Large number of workers report feeling stressed out by work, according to the latest Mental Resilience Survey
Ahead of the publication of the CMA's provisional list of measures to improve retail banking market, MPs come out in favour of clear APR measure
Bank of England makes prudent decision in voting to keep interest rates at their record low
Latest landmark survey shows SMEs confident of future growth with plans to invest in staff and skills; however, competition and regulation remain challenging
Special day for SMEs scheduled for December 3rd, 2016