Fisheries director netted in tax fraud investigation

Fisheries director netted in tax fraud investigation

A 49-year-old Anstruther businessman, who faked paperwork to steal almost £490,000 in tax refunds he was not entitled to, has been jailed after HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigators uncovered his VAT fraud. John Fleming, the director of ICS Fisheries Ltd, bought...

Steps to Long Term Borrowing during Bad Times

Applying for long term loans appears to be the easiest way to contract the instalments. However when you look at the amount of interest being paid for the same, it could make you uneasy. Nevertheless long term loans have a key to fulfil your financial goals. This is...
Another step closer to Brexit

Another step closer to Brexit

Just over a year since the referendum took place that will ultimately lead to the United Kingdom exiting the European Union, the negotiations have finally begun on how this divorce will take place and what future relationship will exist between the two.  A few weeks...

Is fitness now on the menu for top London restaurant group?

Driven by health-conscious millennials, the wellness industry has risen by 10.6% over the last two years, making wellness one of the world’s largest, fastest growing, and most resilient markets, now worth $3.72 trillion. This growth isn’t just down to gyms, organic...
Skills shortage impacting 78% of contractors

Skills shortage impacting 78% of contractors

Survey by ECIC reveals pressure on contractors to fill skills shortage gap and heavy reliance on subcontractors. A survey of over 350 contractors, conducted by ECIC, has revealed that there is high pressure for the sector to meet demands with the current skills...