The government champions a £1 billion deal with the mobile phone industry to banish rural ‘not-spots’.
IPSE: “This briefing will be cold comfort to the millions of self-employed who are worried about the looming disaster for the sector when the changes to IR35 come into force next April.”
The report indicated that the younger generation is more anxious about cybersecurity than the over-30s.
The LITRG has welcomed the government’s acceptance that further improvements are needed to help unrepresented taxpayers caught in a dispute with HMRC.
Recent findings reveal that the under 25s are the best at putting money away regularly, while the over 55s are worst at planning their personal finances in advance.
The IPSE has welcomed measures announced in the Queen’s speech to support pension saving among the self-employed.
Around a third of businesses have had cyber security breaches or attacks in the last 12 months – with cyber threats constantly evolving.
Generation Z is the term given to anyone born between 1997 and 2012, and who are “digital natives who value security, diversity, and autonomy, and aim to achieve it through pragmatism and determination.”