PracticeAccounting FirmsAccountants back David Cameron

Accountants back David Cameron

Survey shows profession’s support for Tory leader

David Cameron, the leader of the
Conservative Party, and the man many consider to have a fair chance of
becoming the future prime minister, has received overwhelming support from the
nation’s accountants.

Nearly 70% think the Conservative
Party
leader will be a better friend of small business than chancellor
Gordon Brown, according to a survey of over 1,000 chartered accountants by
bookkeeping software company
www.Kashflow.co.uk

The survey also found that nearly 40% believe red tape is the biggest barrier
to the growth of small businesses in the UK.

Further reading:

Cameron promises to scrap ‘stealth’ taxes

Tories plot marriage tax benefits

Cameron signals corporation tax cuts

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