In the wake of the global financial crisis bankruptcy ceased to be a dirty word and instead became a much needed way out for thousands of individuals and businesses across the UK. More recent statistics suggest that numbers have finally stabilised once more. I was always brought up to believe that bankruptcy effectively meant your
If your child was born between 1st September 2002 and 2nd January 2011 then they should have a Child Trust Fund (CTF) account in their name. These were initially designed to encourage parents and other family members to save for the child’s future. With the introduction of Junior ISAs for children born after this point,
Saving for a rainy day can be a difficult task at the best of times and now with the UK facing a crippling economic depression it appears harder than ever. However, it is still worth saving for the future, and here are a few handy hints about how to make the most of your savings.
Organising your company’s cash flow isn’t always the easiest task. One of the main mistakes you can make when you’re setting up a business is focusing purely upon your business goals. While it is important to have business goals, it’s more important to make sure they don’t eat too much into your cash flow. Creating
There’s a great deal of choice when it comes to student bank accounts. They usually offer debit cards, overdraft limits and free gifts, so it’s important that you carefully consider what you need. This guide provides some useful information, whether you’re choosing your first account or moving banks. Finding student bank accounts Looking for the
Are you wondering how to find a good accountant? Whether you’re self employed or running your own business, having a good accountant can help save you both time and money. If you’re running on a tight budget they might not seem an essential expense, but often the advice and support they provide can be invaluable.