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We’re here to help you ease in to August with three of our most popular articles from the last month.

Firstly, the government could soon be given the power to investigate self-employed taxpayers’ finances – without getting their permission first. Read more about what experts are calling a ‘sinister step’.

Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of small businesses found themselves in court in 2017. Discover more – and why some are calling for the government to intervene.

Finally, many are calling for a delay to a new tax regime, after research has revealed a quarter of businesses have no knowledge of it whatsoever. Find out more.

Thanks for reading.

Sam Bromley,
Simply Business copywriter


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This mistake has landed 200,000 small businesses in court

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Three-quarters of businesses aren't ready for this tax deadline – are you?

Three-quarters of businesses aren't ready for this tax deadline – are you?

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