TaxPersonal TaxCustoms and Inland Revenue launch new pack to help start-up companies

Customs and Inland Revenue launch new pack to help start-up companies

Customs & Excise today launched a new pack which brings together essential tax information for people interested in starting up a new business.

The pack is designed as a ‘one stop shop’ to reduce the burden on business and the need for contact with several different government organisations.

Paymaster general Dawn Primarolo said: ‘This is only part of our overall commitment to providing better and more targeted education and advice to fledgling businesses. We also run Business Advice Open Days around the country which promote local business initiatives.’

The pack is available from the Inland Revenue’s Employers Orderline on 08457 646 646 or from Business Advice Centres.

www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk

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