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A substantial number of Scottish businesses could potentially miss out on vital research and development (R&D) tax relief by failing to meet new requirements to pre-register their intention to make a claim, a tax expert has claimed. According to Gemma Monaghan, Azets partner and national head of

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A group of prisoners have launched last-minute legal action in a bid to be allowed to see a total solar eclipse in the US next week. Millions of Americans will be able to see a total solar eclipse on Monday 8 April, though only a partial eclipse will be visible from Ireland and the UK.

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Property prices remained steady across Edinburgh, the Lothians, Fife and the Borders in the first quarter of 2024, while some hotspots saw significant increases, according to ESPC. The average selling price increased by a marginal 0.3% to £270,366, with buyers paying on average 100.9% of the v

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The number of VAT-registered businesses in Scotland has declined by over 2,000, new figures reveal. There were 171,350 VAT-registered businesses in Scotland in 2022/23, down from 173,655 in 2021/22, according to the Office for National Statistics.

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Scottish and UK government officials are in the US this week to promote Scotland to North America as a place to live, work, study and do business. New York's annual Tartan Week festivities begin today, culminating in the annual Tartan Day Parade on Saturday.

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Green challenger bank Tandem has announced five charity partnerships for 2024, including with a charity working to rewild the Scottish Highlands. As well as financial support, the Blackpool-headquartered bank is providing employees with two days of paid volunteering throughout the year, with a targe

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