OK, so what can be so hard and complicated about ordering some food for your event?
The NHS is at breaking point – with limited resources, underfunded and under staffed along with extended waiting times for consultations, diagnostic tests and surgical procedures. Yes the NHS is good in an emergency situation but fails with the after care and the ongoing treatment. Coupled with the denial of life saving cancer drugs on the NHS due to cost, more people are now looking at private medical insurance as an alternative option for peace of mind – and premiums are more affordable than people imagine. Continue reading Can you afford not to have private medical insurance?
Businesses across the UK are exposing themselves to very serious financial risk by not having adequate protection insurance in place, such as Shareholder Protection, Key Man Protection, Death in Service (employee term insurance) or Relevant Life. The estimated gap is around £683 billion, 60% up on recent years.
We could write a book on how to plan and run a successful event but, just briefly, here are some key pointers that will go a very long way in helping you achieve the result you want.
Like most teens coming from school/college, I was clueless as to what I wanted to to pursue a career in. I knew the college environment wasn’t going to work for me and I wasn’t going to pretend I wanted to go to uni either, so I finished up at college, left with my diploma and began looking into job opportunities and apprenticeships.
What is the cloud, exactly?
Cloud computing is a pretty foggy subject, especially with regard to business and the on-again-off-again relationship we have with our data.
This is a question we get asked a lot and many people are concerned that the insurance will either be difficult to obtain or too costly, well don’t let that stop you from protecting your business because it really isn’t true!
For several years, dividends have proven to be a tax effective way for owner/shareholders to extract profits from their company. Whilst salary and bonuses are tax-deductible for the company, and will currently save 20% corporation tax, this saving does not fully offset the substantial costs of National Insurance contributions (NIC) which accrue when making payments through the PAYE system.
Making it as easy as possible for customers and clients to pay increases our chances of getting the cash, improves cashflow and reduces all the admin burden of dealing with payments. Online payments are no longer purely the reserve of online retail, we’re now seeing service based businesses beginning to take advantage of the benefits of processing payments online. This means the long, drawn out processes of bank visits to pay in should hopefully be a thing of the past and businesses are able to get their payments dealt with efficiently and effectively.