The FSB pushes banking report

The FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) has recently said of the Independent Commission on Banking report that time is the most essential factor and its implementation should be rapid. This is a statement that is going to be of some encouragement to small businesses around the UK. The FSB has said that the report should […]

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UK SMEs need more foreign banks

The Independent Commission on Banking led by Sir Jon Vickers is being urged by small businesses to create a playing field that is level for foreign banks so they can enter the UK market. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) says the urge to get new entrants into UK like NBNK Investments and Virgin Money […]

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FSB not happy with Welsh Assembly plans

The Federation of Small Business is deeply worried over the Labour’s Assembly Election Manifesto. Their anxiety stems from the lack of concern for small businesses, as reflected in the manifesto. The Small Business Fortnight bulletin examines the pledges of four parties and the FSB expressed grave disconcert that Labour’s manifesto treated the economy as unimportant. […]

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FSB says hold NICS and VAT to help small business

Suspending VAT increases and freezing NICS (National Insurance Contributors) may be the best way for the Government to help small firms advance out from under the recession according to the Federation of Small Business’ (FSB) 2010 Manifesto. The launch of the Manifesto is set to correlate with the general election and includes many recommendations which […]

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