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Christmas 2015 Opening Hours

With Christmas a week away and office parties in full spirit, we thought it’s be a good time to let you know our opening hours during the festive period. Wednesday 23rd – Normal opening hours Thursday 24th – 9am – 1pm Friday 25th – Closed Saturday – 26th – Closed Sunday 27th – Closed Monday 28th – Closed …read more

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Budget 2015 Property Focus

The dust is beginning to settle on the Summer Budget and whilst much of the early analysis obviously related to the the big-ticket living wage and welfare plans, it is worth highlighting a couple of key property-related developments. Buy-to-Let In effort to ‘level the playing field’ between home owners and those who buy properties to …read more

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Reasons to be cheerful!

Following this week’s budget, the nation’s small business owners and self-employed professionals could be forgiven for thinking that the Government is not interested in helping them get on and deliver the crucial part they play in creating an entrepreneurial, flexible, innovative, skilled, wealth-creating and jobs-generating economy. However, it is worth looking at this in the …read more

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The Summer Budget Overview

George Osborne’s first budget since the election has certainly laid down some significant markers about how he intends to run the finances of the country in this coalition free government. There has certainly been lots of speculation on what the budget may contain and this, in part, has been borne out when delving deeper into the budget text …read more

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Should you be paying tax on ebay sales?

Thousands of people in the UK regularly buy and sell goods online these days, using sites such as eBay, Amazon, Etsy or Gumtree.  This can be anything from periodically finding a home for unwanted stuff – today’s equivalent of the car boot sale – to an extension of a hobby collecting or making things and …read more

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A Guide to EIS: Funding & tax relief for investors & small business

More and more people these days are taking the plunge and having a go at starting their own business. Whether it’s a small, local outfit, or the next big tech innovation, obtaining the necessary cash is obviously one of the key challenges would-be Richard Bransons or Mark Zuckerbergs face. You’ve got the idea, you’ve got …read more

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Auto-enrolment pensions: Is my business affected?

By now, most businesses have probably heard of the government’s pension auto-enrolment pensions initiative, through one of the myriad communications, information alerts and TV adverts on the subject. In a nutshell, this basically says that all business will have to set up an employee pension scheme and compulsorily enrol all of their employees in the …read more

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Freelance contractor confidence returns

A report released this week has shown that the confidence freelance contractors have in their business prospects and the economy in general, has been restored and increased, compared with recent quarters. The survey of around 1,000 freelance contractors by IPSE and Elance-oDesk found a net positive view of business prospects, as well as increasing confidence …read more

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