May 12 2016.

Two thirds of the UK’s micro-businesses have labelled the current tax system as 'biased and unfair', with a further half saying they feel ‘voiceless’ about government decisions that affect their business.

Just one in ten business owners are satisfied with the way the tax and benefits system treats the country’s smallest firms, according to a study by small business membership community Chorus.

Almost half (43 per cent) of micro-business owners feel powerless to influence government policy, with no 'voice' representing their biggest business concerns.

The areas where business owners say they need the most support include late payments (one fifth rank it as the first area they would ask for support) and cash flow management (18 per cent). Of those surveyed, 79 per cent are not currently a member of any business group.

Jason Kitcat, micro-business ambassador for Chorus says, 'Our research shows that the....

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