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One in five Brits wants to set up their own business in the next five years but worries about everything from age to money are holding them back.

A new survey has found that two-thirds of start-up founders attribute personal health issues to their hectic working lives.

The UK economy saw zero growth in the fourth quarter of 2019; now business groups are calling for a spring Budget that supports the UK's small firms.

As National Apprenticeship Week gets underway, the Federation of Small Businesses is calling on the government to secure the long-term future of apprenticeships.

Countingup, the small business banking and accounting app, has launched a tax estimate tool for calculating income tax, national insurance and corporation tax.

Almost three-quarters of UK firms looking to recruit have struggled to find the right talent, a new survey of employers has found.

A new survey by the CBI has found that manufacturing business owners are more optimistic about their prospects for the first time in years.

The latest government figures show that the number of self-employed workers in the UK has risen to over five million.

A raft of employment reforms will include the new legal right to two weeks' paid leave for parents who suffer the devastating loss of a child.

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has advised the government to drop the salary threshold for immigrants to £25,600.