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Council offers helps to businesses with rates arrears
SUPPORT is still available for businesses struggling due to the pandemic.
Family-run Go Store in York invests in IT to keep ahead
A FAMILY-run self-storage company has kept ahead of the competition thanks to investing in online resources.
Pro Development offers funded training to businesses
FUNDED support is being offered to help businesses tackle challenges posed by the coronavirus and invest in developing their staff.
Estate agent makes landmark donation to children's hospice
AN estate agent has made a major donation to a North Yorkshire hospice despite its fundraising efforts being curtailed by the coronavirus.
Eat Out to Help Out boosts hospitality as unemployment bites
DINERS taking advantage of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme are helping to support jobs in the hospitality sector as employment rates fall for another month.
Around 730,000 jobs lost since coronavirus lockdown started
EMPLOYMENT rates have continued to fall in the last month as another 81,000 workers have been removed from payrolls across the country.
Malton Enterprise Park signs 12 deals in 3 months
A DOZEN new deals have been sealed within the past three months at a Ryedale business centre.
Langton Hall reopens as holiday lets after £3m investment
AN HISTORIC building which was once the family home of Gentleman Jack Anne Lister’s lover has a new lease of life.
New vegan restaurant opens in York city centre
A NEW vegan restaurant has opened its doors in York city centre.
Breweries send letter to Chancellor slamming tax plan
SMALL and medium breweries from across York and North and East Yorkshire have signed a letter to the Chancellor, protesting at proposed tax changes.
- We have a new team member. Go to our who we are section to find out who.
- The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 became law on 25 June 2020.
- The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill is tabled. We stay on top of developments.
- Redundancy pay limits rise again. We have a guide to employees' rights in an insolvency.
- Covid-19. Our response and commitment.
- Entrepeneurs' Relief lifetime limit falls. We have immediately updated our guide to MVLs.
- Our infographic. Take a look at what we do and don't do.
- The "cheap liquidation" myth. Our competitors often talk about the pros and cons of liquidations, but sometimes don't get it quite right.
- A company can Purchase its own Shares. We explain why an MVL is usually more appropriate.
- Working mens' clubs continue to close. We can help.
- It's our birthday. An update on how we work and and a big thank you to our supporters.
- Redundancy pay limits rise. We have a guide to employees' rights in an insolvency.
- Preferential status may be given to HMRC. Learn what it is and how it may impact your business.
- Section 216 of the Insolvency Act 1986 has been clarified. Learn what it is and how it may impact you if you are starting again after a business failure.
- The 2019 Loan Charge is looming. Learn what it is and how it may impact you.
- Sadlers launches two new agricultural service lines. We have helped many rural businesses in the past and want to help more.
- Follow the World Cup 2018 with Sadlers. We hope you enjoy our interactive wallchart.
- Sadlers launches news feed. Bookmark this page and keep up to date with all of our news, plus local and national business stories.
- Sadlers is born. For us, there is only one news story. It's been a long time coming.
'Bullying' Apple fights couple over pear logo
The owners of the Prepear recipe app are speaking out after Apple tried to block their pear logo.
Boris Johnson warns 'long, long way to go' for UK economy
The number of people employed between April and June fell by the most since the financial crisis.
Debenhams to cut 2,500 more jobs amid pandemic
This is on top of the 4,000 announced since May, meaning the retailer will have cut a third of its staff.
Stilton drives wedge between UK-Japan Brexit deal
Stil-tons to do as talks over blue cheese become an unlikely obstacle to a post-Brexit trade agreement.
Coronavirus: Lockdown cash deposited in post offices
Businesses and individuals have returned to post offices to deposit money saved during lockdown.
Uber and Lyft drivers are employees, says US judge
The California court gives the two ride-hailing firms 10 days to challenge the ruling.
Missing Cryptoqueen: Why did the FCA drop its warning about the OneCoin scam?
A decision to delete an online alert was exploited by those promoting the multi-billion-pound crime.
Heathrow: Coronavirus quarantine 'strangling UK economy'
Britain is being cut off from critical markets, says the airport, which saw traffic plunge in July.
Unemployment in the pandemic: 'It's hard to stay positive'
The government's furlough scheme has stopped unemployment surging, but that may be changing.
Trump: Tech giants challenge US foreign worker crackdown
Amazon, Apple and Facebook are among the firms backing the legal case against the temporary visa ban.