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The History of Early Accounting

The Early Years of Accounting Accounting is as old as humanity itself. Indeed, since man is man, and even long before knowing the script, it’s needed to keep accounts, to […]

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Good advice & tips on saving money

Saving Tips Here, we’ll consider five brief, yet important tips to save at home, make the very best of your domestic budget and achieve the highest possible levels of savings. […]

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How to Keep Better Control of your Business’ Finances

Believe it or not, most business owners like to have control of everything, or at least learn as many things as possible that happen in their business. While this can […]

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Choosing the right accountant

How to choose a good accountant for your company What are the characteristics of the best accountant for you and your company? It’s important not to rush your decision, take […]

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Budget 2014: Tax breaks set to encourage business investment

During the 2014 Budget announcement, Chancellor George Osborne has revealed the introduction of a number of tax breaks as a means of boosting investment in UK companies. Under the new […]

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Labour suggest they will raise taxes in order to eliminate the deficit

Labour has suggested they would eliminate the trade deficit within just 5 years by raising taxes for the highest earners. When questioned about the 50p income tax rate and whether […]

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Minimum wage increase above inflation

George Osborne wants to see the Low Pay Commission raise the minimum wage to £7.00 an hour. Mr Osborne has stated he would like the independent Low Pay Commission to […]

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The UK should not be forced to choose over EU membership

The UK should not be forced to choose between EU or Exiting the EU. George Osborne tells the EU that reform is needed, or the UK could leave. If the […]

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Conservatives cut tax and extend austerity

The conservatives are going to cut taxes and extend austerity through a smaller public sector. The idea behind the thinking is a smaller public sector needs less public money (taxes) […]

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£1000 towards energy effeciency

The UK government will be offering £1000 to people buying a new home, however this has to be spent on energy efficiency products. They will also get £50 off their […]

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