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6 August 2013
Welcome to your August Insider Newsletter!
This month, we look at the latest list of new regulations due to come into effect for businesses over the next six months. Elsewhere, we consider the benefits of being an employee-owned business.
With two potential tax reliefs currently under consultation, we list some of the tax incentives currently available to boost take-up of the model. It's then onto data protection; with consumers increasingly aware of how their data should be handled, are you keeping up with your responsibilities?
And in Your Money, we discuss buy-to-let property investment as research reveals that some investors may have unrealistic expectations of the gains they'll realise.Go Back
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