Business Accounts

Would you take from your childrens savings?

Current Accounts Guide

Current accounts might be a bit of a minefield; you may be someone who opened their first bank account as a child and have stuck with it since or perhaps you’re considering switching banks and want to know what account will suit you best? Current accounts come in all different shapes and sizes and getting

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Premier bank accounts piggy banks

Premier Bank Accounts: Are they worth The Money?

Premier bank accounts are those you pay a fee to use and in return you are offered savings or deals on insurance or other benefits. It seems attractive on the surface, but are we paying out more money to banks and getting the raw end of the deal or could they actually save us more

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Do I need an accountant?

Do I need an accountant?

If you are self employed or run your own business, then you know that getting your books balanced and your figures correct is imperative, both to the success of your business and to avoid getting an unexpected tax bill or fine when you least expect.  Tax doesn’t have to be taxing, or so they say!

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Business borrowing

Business Borrowing: What are the options?

Is business borrowing as difficult as it sounds? You have been dreaming up your new business venture, have a business plan that Alan Sugar would be proud of and are ready to embark on your self employed journey of a lifetime. There is just one thing standing in your way- money. Money to set your

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Self-Assement is it really that hard?

Self Assessment: Is it really that hard?

You’ve had a great idea for a new business, and now it’s time to hand in your notice, and set up alone. Or at least it would be, except for that one black cloud looming on the horizon. And that black cloud is taking the shape of a tax inspector, waving a Self Assessment tax

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Can you reclaim your PPI?

How do you reclaim your PPI?

What’s PPI? I’m sure most of us will have been there, sat in the bank, shop or on the end of a phone, nervously waiting to see whether we have been accepted for a loan, mortgage, credit or store card and then signing on the dotted line without really checking the small print. The problem

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