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Am I eligible for a PCP finance claim?

Date: 5 July 2022


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Starting a business in the UK: what you need to know

The UK is one of the cheapest countries in Europe to start a business, but there are a few things you'll need to consider before setting up a new business in the UK. Read more here:

Date: 30 June 2022 By:

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Seven ways to protect your small business from cyber crime

A security breach could result in the failure of your business. We share seven steps that could protect your business from hackers.

Date: 28 June 2022 By:

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Travelling abroad with children if you are separated or divorced

Travelling abroad with children can be more complicated if you are separated or divorced from the other person or people with parental responsibility. We look at the rules.

Date: 22 June 2022 By:

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Five best ways to increase leads for real estate and law firms

Organically generating leads can be a tough task but driving people to your site is essential for your businesses survival. Here are the best ways you can build that traffic and translate it into some sales.

Date: 26 May 2022 By:

A small business realises he has been a vistim of lending fraud

Everything you need to know about lending fraud

A comprehensive guide to lending fraud for small businesses and the measures they can take to minimise or eliminate the risks.

Date: 18 May 2022 By:

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How changes to ground rent will affect leaseholders

There's no doubt that buying a property is one of the most crucial life decisions that a person can make. Buying a house or renting it out, there are many complex legal matters and financial arrangements to consider.

Date: 16 May 2022 By:

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How much does it cost to sue a business in the UK?

You might want or need to sue a business. Discover why you might need to take such action and how much it could cost.

Date: 11 May 2022 By:

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Can you be taken to court over an unpaid debt?

When loan repayments are not met, the creditor can take action to recover the money owed. Find out what this means for individuals and businesses who find themselves in financial difficulty.

Date: 9 May 2022 By:

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Tax Success: Five tips to prepare small businesses for the next tax season

A brand new tax season is here, and with more Brits than ever planning on starting their own small business, business tax is becoming a big topic. Here are five tips to get started on the best foot with your tax

Date: 7 April 2022 By:

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Do I need a will if I’m under 50?

Since the pandemic, the number of people wanting to create a will or lasting power of attorney (LPA) has risen by 30%. But creating a will doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Find out the benefits and issues associated with creating a will online.

Date: 4 March 2022 By:

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Things to consider before hiring a lawyer for your small business

A lawyer can help you draft contracts, give advice on how to stay out of trouble and help if you get tangled up in a legal battle. Here are some key considerations when hiring a lawyer.

Date: 9 February 2022 By:

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Business trip to Australia: Do I need a work visa?

Thinking of expanding into Australia or doing trade in the Australian market? Find out if you need a work visa in order to make a trade visit.

Date: 4 January 2022 By:

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Data privacy laws: why they are so important

Data protection is crucial, especially in the digital world. Navigating these changes pose many questions for organisations today.

Date: 17 December 2021 By:

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Thinking of hiring foreign workers? What you need to know

Sometimes it is necessary to hire employees from overseas. For example, if you need specific skills. Discover the rules for hiring overseas workers.

Date: 10 December 2021 By:

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What is professional negligence?

Professionals have a legal duty of care to their clients. If they do not perform to the standard required and their client suffers damage or loss, the client can bring a claim for professional negligence.

Date: 6 December 2021 By:

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How to stay compliant with data protection laws in 2021

Our latest guide on data protection laws. Make sure your business is compliant with GDPR.

Date: 29 November 2021 By:

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Top law trends for 2022

How law firms have adapted and changed in all sectors to meet new trends caused by modern development, focusing on; Conveyancing, Pensions and retirement, Civil fraud recovery, and optimising the user experience.

Date: 29 November 2021 By:

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