Business planning

Local enterprise partnerships must have weight to be effective

Concerns have been raised that the proposed new local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) may be too small to carry enough influence.

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Undervalued security could be hitting business lending

Inaccurate property valuations are stopping smaller firms from securing bank loans, it has been claimed.

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Companies urged to publish up-to-date financial information

Companies should consider the possible impact that filing accounts covering their performance during the recession may have on their credit ratings.

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Entrepreneurs relief change

Emergency Budget 2010: VAT to rise

As had been expected, the Chancellor has chosen to raise the basic rate of VAT, from 17.5 per cent to 20 per cent.

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Firms hesitant over asking for loans

Small businesses are showing a continuing reluctance to approach banks for loans and credit.

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Planning for retirement

For many people their retirement plans have been interrupted by poor stock market returns and falling annuity rates. Many ask “what prospect is there of a comfortable retirement?

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Tax planning for businesses

If you are thinking of starting a business, you should consider, among other factors, the impact of being the business owner on all areas of your life and the degree of risk involved. Devising a strong business plan is essential to aid and help you navigate the direction of the business.

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Strategies for you and your family

No matter what your age, personal or financial status, you will have dreams, and expectations. The impact of the recession necessitates a review in order to evaluate what realistic view you take of your planning. We can advise and help you plan how to make your goals a reality.

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TV series to offer advice on business operations

A new television series is aiming to increase awareness among smaller firms of the business records they need to keep.

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