22August2019

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The Peach Pub Company, which runs two pubs in Hertfordshire, has been named in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies list for the third year running. Peach was crowned number 48 in the 19th annual edition of the list which ranks some of the best businesses in the country to work for, based on the opinions of the people who work there.

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Lenders could find it much harder to enforce cross border debts in the event of a no deal Brexit, RSM has warned.

Currently, European regulations facilitate the collection of cross border debts within the EU, notably through the use of European Enforcement Orders. These allow a judgment in one member state to be enforced in another without the need for separate recognition by that member state's courts.

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From 1 April most VAT registered businesses with turnover above £85,000 will have to file VAT returns through new Making Tax Digital software, yet research conducted by Kreston Reeves suggests that not only are business unprepared many have not heard of the Making Tax Digital programme.

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Two fifths feel undervalued and believe they are better than their boss – particularly high earners and those in large firms.

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A major business survey will enable Hertfordshire employers to have their say on some of the barriers and opportunities to raising productivity and performance.

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The majority of Hertfordshire businesses plan to invest in recruitment and new technologies to drive growth in an uncertain market, according to a new poll from financial and business advisers Grant Thornton.

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Responding to the announcement of three fresh Santander bank branch closures in Hertfordshire, area leader for the Federation of Small Business (FSB) in Hertfordshire, Pam Charman,said: "When a community loses a bank branch, that can have a number of impacts on local small firms: lost access to vital cash deposit and withdrawal facilities, reduced access to finance and a drop in shopper footfall.

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Following the Brexit vote in the Commons last night, Fiona Baldwin, practice leader at Financial and Business Advisers Grant Thornton St Albans, said:

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The High Street improvement works, led by Watford Borough Council in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council and Watford BID, has been shortlisted in the London Transport Awards 2019 under the 'Excellence in Cycling and Walking' category.

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