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Will terrorism make personal data in the cloud less secure?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on June 14, 2017

Online security vs privacy With the UK suffering from an unprecedented number of terrorist attacks in recent weeks, the debate about online security vs privacy is very much back on the agenda. Increasingly, the security services rely on intercepting online traffic to find evidence of planned terror attacks, helping them prevent atrocities.

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Need help joining the digital age? We are ready to assist.
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on June 12, 2017

Computers are not everyone’s cup of tea. Not all of us are script kiddies or code junkies or even computer literate; my mother would likely not recognise a computer even if she tripped over one.

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Making Tax Digital
Poor Health & Safety practices could cost you 10%+ of your turnover
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on June 9, 2017

Health & Safety is often a much-derided topic, with tabloid newspapers relishing stories such as the school that banned a blind girl from using a walking cane because it was considered a trip hazard.

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Mayhem
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on June 7, 2017

Well I’m not sure about you but I didn’t really know whether to laugh or cry about the election result. Similar to the majority of the electorate, I’m not a die hard political animal myself and most of the information I assimilate to help form an opinion comes from the media.

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Eight things you should never do with emails (Part 2)
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on June 5, 2017

Email Marketing mistakes to avoid (Part 2) Last week, I posted the first four of the top eight things I think you should never do with emails.

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Are you missing out on a £662 tax rebate?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on June 2, 2017

Tax Payers claiming for the new marriage allowance Apparently, over 4 million tax payers are eligible to claim the new marriage allowance, but only 2 million have actually done so. This adds up to £1.3bn in unclaimed tax refunds.

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The THP Guide to Inheritance Tax Planning
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 31, 2017

Understanding Inheritance Tax Nobody likes to contemplate the day when their Will becomes actionable. The thought of your loved ones experiencing the heartache of loss and managing the finer details of your estate can lead to worry and high levels of stress.

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8 Things to Consider When Going Through a Management Buyout
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 29, 2017

Planning your Management Buyout For any small or medium-sized business, the prospect of facing a management buyout represents a period of excitement, anticipation, stress, and careful consideration.

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Eight things you should never do with emails (Part 1)
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 26, 2017

Email Marketing mistakes to avoid (Part 1) Sad to say I still remember the days before email. I think it was in the early nineteen eighties.

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Are accountants really so boring?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 24, 2017

The accountancy profession A woman went to hospital to get the results of a scan. With a sad face, her consultant told her she only had six months to live. “Oh that’s terrible news,” she said, sobbing. “What shall I do?” “You could always marry an accountant,” said the consultant. “Why?” asked the woman.

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