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Covid loans are not the solution for small business - this is.



New Member
If you are a small business why should you take on any kind of loan when the money is available for free through the Government anyway?
Simple fact is that 99% of all UK businesses do not comply with GDPR (the data laws). That means they can reduce their tax bills and keep that money in their business at the rate of
about £10,000 for each 100 customers
they have personal data on (business or retail customers it does not matter). Very quickly that means a tax rebate.
So if you have not yet put in your accounts to HMRC drop us a line and we can show you and your accountants how. Nice to meet you all.


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Verified Member
Is this not a touch scaremongering to suggest that 99% of UK businesses are not GDPR compliant?


Verified Member
I would be very surprised if 99% of UK businesses are not GDPR compliant?


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Verified Member
why will GDPR effect HMRC? Where are you getting the statistic that 99% are not GDPR compliant? Asking for a friend :p