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Rural farmers in the UK

Fields and Fields of Opportunities to get Exploring

Rural farmers in the UK are always looking for ways to survive. The young are flocking to cities, leaving people in their 50’s or older to manage the fields. Plus, government subsidies are down and prices are going up, so making ends meet is tough. Many areas, though, are coming up with some ingenious ways […]
August 2, 2019 346 Reads share
2019 payroll rules

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Payroll: Enforce New Rules for Payslips in 2019

Introduction to the new rules and guidelines on using this guidance From April 2019   New legislation has come into force from April 2019 requiring all employers to (a) furnish all workers with payslips who are on their payroll (b) show the hours worked and how the pay is variable depending on time worked once […]
June 14, 2019 346 Reads share
Understanding Corporation Tax For Businesses

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Understanding Corporation Tax For Businesses

Corporation tax for Businesses When you start your own business, there are several factors to consider and one very important one is how to manage your taxes effectively and legally? A corporation is an entity with a separate legal identity from the business owners who control it through the shares they have in the company. […]
June 12, 2019 293 Reads share
A Comprehensive Guide For Landlords

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The Right To Manage: A Comprehensive Guide For Landlords & Leasehold Tenants

Commonhold and Leasehold Act 2002 gave the tenants of development the right to take over the management of their development from their landlord, by using a company specially set up for this purpose called a Right to Manage Company (RTM). If you are a landlord or residents within a development looking for more information on […]
June 12, 2019 173 Reads share
Understanding The Construction Industry Scheme

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Understanding The Construction Industry Scheme – CIS

The UK’s Construction Industry Scheme, abbreviated as CIS, is a national tax-deduction scheme for British contractors and sub-contractors. Created to reduce tax evasion in the construction industry, the scheme falls under the jurisdiction of and reports to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Any New Developments? As from 5th September 2018, a non-resident firm engaging […]
May 31, 2019 338 Reads share
home based business ideas

Top 10 Home-Based Business Ideas For 2019

If you’re an entrepreneur who’s looking to get into the world of business by starting a start-up in 2019, you’ve come to the right place. There are many entrepreneurs who would like to be their own boss but don’t know what kind of business to start with limited capital and resources. In this article, we’re going to take […]
May 22, 2019 494 Reads share

Startup and Innovator Visa UK

The non-European Economic Area nationals living in the United Kingdom can now enjoy the privileges of their EEA counterparts thanks to the new regulations that have been introduced in the United Kingdom by the Government. Non-EEA entrepreneurs and investors wishing to run their businesses in the UK have the opportunity to establish their business if they […]
April 17, 2019 437 Reads share

The Difficulties Facing UK Start Ups in the Current Economic Climate

Entrepreneurs wishing to get a tech startup off the ground in the UK have to face many challenges, and many reported difficulties with funding, digital infrastructure, and support for their business. As expected, many of these startups end up failing within their first year of operation. Lack of Government Support According to Eddie Copeland, head […]
February 27, 2019 383 Reads share