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Budget 2013: My family and I – What would we like to see?

Author: Nick Edgley – Manager, Personal TaxAsk anyone with a family “What do you want from this month’s budget?” and the answers will hardly surprise you; lower taxes, cheaper fuel, lower council tax, and so on.

Budget 2013: The International perspective

Author: Malcolm McGready – Partner, International Business, EnsorsFrom an international trade point of view I’m interested in what is going to stimulate the economy to boost business; encouraging investment in the UK and tapping into new markets overseas are vital to the future of the UK economy.

Budget 2013: Grow the economy and grow our businesses

Author: David Scrivener – Partner, Corporate Finance, EnsorsGrowing and expanding any business in the current economic climate is certainly not going to be easy but I would like to see the Chancellor address certain issues to encourage it.

Budget 2013: A positive outlook for the SME

Author: Henry Wood – Manager, Business & Corporate Tax, EnsorsWith economic growth static and the budget deficit forecast to remain higher for longer, owner-managers of small and medium sized businesses might not be in the mood to be excited over the forthcoming Budget and Finance Bill.

Apprenticeships creating billions for business

Nick Clegg hails apprenticeship boomCambridge and East of England companies are hiring record numbers of apprentices, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg revealed as the UK embarked on the biggest skills drive in its economic history.

Marshall acquisition is solid silver

Daksh Gupta, chief executive at MarshallMarshall, the Cambridge based motors group, has continued its turbocharged growth in the UK by acquiring the Audi, Volkswagen (passenger cars & commercial vehicles) and Skoda businesses in Devon and Somerset from Silver Street Automotive.

New financial probe into Autonomy accounting

Entrepreneur Mike LynchMike Lynch’s former management team at Cambridge technology company Autonomy are facing a new probe by UK financial authorities.

Cambridge challenged to tilt at £350m funding pot

Deputy PM, Nick CleggBusinesses in Cambridge and the East of England have been invited by Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg to tilt at a new £350 million funding pot designed to stimulate the UK economy.

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