Businesses are not adapting for millennial dads

Month: June 2019

New code launched to help protect victims of sophisticated banking fraud

A new code has been launched by 17 UK banks to protect customers who fall victim to a sophisticated form of fraud known as Authorised Push Payment (APP) scams. APP scams involve tricking people into making payments to fraudsters, who are masquerading as legitimate payees. Victims of these scams who notify the banks signed up …

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Government confirms that HMRC will get a higher priority when firms go bust

From April next year, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) will rank third, just after secured creditors such as banks and insolvency practitioners in order to recover additional outstanding tax from failing businesses. Currently, HMRC is ranked alongside unsecured creditors, such as suppliers, trade creditors, contractors and customers, who on average rarely recover more than four …

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