Discipleship Levi gets rejig – but the industry says it does not go far enough

The government amends the controversial levy scheme of discipleship in response to complaints from businesses about its lack of flexibility.

Introduced last year, the tax annually seeks to raise £3 billion to Finance the education. However, since its introduction the number of people starting training have plunged, with companies complaining the system is too rigid and complex.

Now in the Department of education apparently had some criticism of the industry on Board.

Currently, employers can transmit up to 10pcs of education collect payments for any other employer, allowing them to use them more efficiently.

The government on Tuesday announced that from July this 10pcs now you can put…

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