Lasting Power of Attorney – without it all could be lost!
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Lasting Power of Attorney – without it all could be lost!
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on January 22, 2020

If you have a loved one who is beginning to be affected by old age, it is vital to set up a Lasting Power of Attorney. Don’t leave this until they sre losing capacity as by then it will be too late.

Innovate UK Funding. Do you qualify for these business funding grants?
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Innovate UK Funding. Do you qualify for these business funding grants?
Posted by Ben Locker on July 29, 2019

Innovate UK Funding – if you have a great innovative business idea you could well qualify for grant funding from Innovate UK. We show you how

How to pick the right colour for your brand
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How to pick the right colour for your brand
Posted by Mark Boulter on June 15, 2018

Branding can be quite scary when you’re starting out in business or frankly any time if it’s not something you know much about. Research by reboot online surveyed 2,648 consumers to identify brands based on their colour palette alone. The green of Starbucks was recognised by 80% of consumers and the blue and yellow combination of IKEA was recognised by 67%. Clearly, colour can trigger brand recognition, but how do you choose the right one?

Lasting Power of Attorney – why is it so vital?
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Lasting Power of Attorney – why is it so vital?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on December 15, 2017

Power of Attorney – as we get older we need to start thinking about granting Powers of Attorney to trusted family members. Learn more here.

5 weird business ideas – that worked!
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5 weird business ideas – that worked!
Posted by Ben Locker on October 27, 2017

Every time I’ve had what I’ve thought was a great idea for a new business, I’ve quickly discovered that someone has beaten me to it.

Director’s loans – are you a Director and lending money to your Company?
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Director’s loans – are you a Director and lending money to your Company?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on October 18, 2017

Any Director who lends money to their company or seeks to borrow money from it not only needs to know about all the tax traps but also the best way to arrange it.

Management accounting – are you using it?
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Management accounting – are you using it?
Posted by Ian Henman on October 9, 2017

How management accounting can help your businesses efficiency A business, it is said, should be a well-oiled machine but it can be hard to know where you are at without a proper management accounting system in place. It’s best to think of your business as a miniature eco-system that requires care and respect to maintain its

Children aged under 18 and tax – a few key considerations
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Children aged under 18 and tax – a few key considerations
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on October 6, 2017

Income tax and National Insurance As with adults, children aged under 18 can earn up to the tax free allowance in each tax year (£12,500 in 2020/21) and pay no income tax.

Autumn Statement 2016 – are you a winner or a loser?
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Autumn Statement 2016 – are you a winner or a loser?
Posted by THP on November 24, 2016

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has now delivered his first Autumn Statement. As always, there are both winners and losers – and there’s every chance there’s both good and bad news for your finances. This post is here to give you a summary of the announcements, so you will know what they mean

Case study: Committee of Taste
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Case study: Committee of Taste
Posted by THP on September 18, 2015

At the northern end of Gladstone Park in London’s Dollis Hill, tucked away in a cobbled courtyard lies a beautiful old stables building. Alas the horses are long gone, and instead you will find a delightful café with a warm welcome, lovely coffee and great food from Committee of Taste. The Stables Café, (part of

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