Seventy-five entrepreneurs met in Sheffield this week at an event organized by law firm Irwin Mitchell. They were asked a number of questions about crowdfunding. Their responses were fascinating.
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The high street bank is planning to pilot an online peer-to-peer platform before the end of the year in a tie-up with a third party operator.
The legislation, which is being introduced through the Small Business Enterprise and Employment Bill, will introduce measures to help smaller businesses by requiring banks that turn them down for loans to offer these businesses the option to have their key information passed to government designated platforms that will help match them with alternative lenders.
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The government is considering setting up a separate tax free individual savings account (ISA) for people who want to lend out money.
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