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14th of January 2018

Building A Business Strategy For 2018

 

For many business owners, the New Year often feels like a welcome breath of fresh air. You’re back at work rejuvenated after an extended break, and there’s a strong whiff of optimism and expectancy in the office atmosphere. Anything could happen over these next 12 months – and ...




5th of January 2018

The Big Pension Changes For 2018

We’ll all be paying more into the pension pot next year. From April 2018, employers’ contributions will rise from 1% to 2%, whilst employee contributions will increase from 1% to 3%.

In the long term, the rise will have a positive effect on pensioners, but it comes with increased costs in the medium ...




15th of December 2017

Is Your Business Financially Ready For 2018?

 

The New Year is invariably an exciting time for business owners.

 

For those who’ve enjoyed a prosperous previous twelve months, January is the perfect point to launch fresh plans and kick on even harder. For others who’ve endured a more difficult time, the new year promises renewed ...




23rs November 2017

The Autumn Budget 2017: What Does It Mean For Me?

Philip Hammond officially announced the Autumn Budget 2017 on November 22nd, adding a final shake to what has been another eventful year for the United Kingdom. 

True to form, the most recent Budget contained information pertinent to the entire population. However, the areas that stood out most ...