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View Brexit | No Deal Advice For Traders Within The EU

Brexit | No Deal Advice For Traders Within The EU

On the 12th March, the government updated its Brexit advice to traders within the EU. The advice assumes a no-deal outcome. On the basis that being prepared for the worst possible outcome, and a no-deal Brexit result is universally accepted to be a disaster for UK businesses. We are reproducing in full the text of the…

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View Pension Shakeup | Long-Term Investment Strategies

Pension Shakeup | Long-Term Investment Strategies

Last week, a press release was issued by the Department of Works and Pensions implying that pension scheme investment managers, the folks that determine the size of our pension pots, are being short-changed by the UK financial investment industry. And, as a result, the growth in our pension fund investments is being held back. The…

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View No Tax When You Sell Your Home? | Private Residence Relief

No Tax When You Sell Your Home? | Private Residence Relief

The private residence relief allows you to sell your home without paying any capital gains tax (CGT) on the profit you make on the sale. If only life was that simple. Unfortunately, there are occasions when CGT may be payable. Working From Home For example, if part of your home has been used exclusively for your…

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View Holiday Entitlement | What You Should Know

Holiday Entitlement | What You Should Know

According to government sources, if you work a five day week you are entitled to 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday a year. This is known as our statutory or annual leave entitlement. At first sight, 5.6 weeks looks to be an odd number of days, but it refers to a normal working week of five days….

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View Register Your Trade Mark

Register Your Trade Mark

As we take steps to disentangle ourselves from the EU and make our mark in the wider global economy, this may be a good time to register a potential trade mark you may be using. There is a formal registration process linked to the gov.uk website. Alternatively, you can speak to our team on our services…

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View HMRC’s Guidance On Fraudulent Phone Calls

HMRC’s Guidance On Fraudulent Phone Calls

It would seem that fraudsters, posing as HMRC, are keen to relieve you of your hard earned cash by switching to phone calls now that email scams are becoming less effective. The Experts Advice HMRC recently issued the following instructions to UK taxpayers and requested that we all assume a new level of vigilance. They…

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View Does Your Business Go To The Gym? | Business Fitness

Does Your Business Go To The Gym? | Business Fitness

Apparently, there are benefits to your personal wellbeing if you sweat it out at the gym three times a week: improved stamina, ripped muscles, endorphin buzz, lose unwanted weight. But, could your business benefit from a similar process? Fit and Wealthy We are not suggesting that business owners and their staff leap to their feet…

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View GDPR: What Was All The Fuss About?

GDPR: What Was All The Fuss About?

Last year, the 23 May 2018 to be precise, the UK adapted the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). The deadline created a rush of publicity and activity as businesses across the UK pored over their data processing systems, making changes to accommodate the new rules. After the deadline, its as if the curtain came down…

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View How To Cope With Recession

How To Cope With Recession

Recession literally means “the act of going back, of receding…” Economic pundits have hijacked the word to mean “a period of temporary economic decline during which trade and industrial activity are reduced…”. It is usually heralded by a fall in Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Are We Revisiting A Recession? According to many commentators on the…

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