Don’t Be Undone By Bad Credit

Don’t Be Undone By Bad Credit

Posted on June 28, 2012

When your business finally secured that much-needed bank loan you must’ve been over the moon. There was going to be steady growth, increased productivity, more revenue, better looking facility, more staff etc

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New debt refinance program of SBA proves to be helpful to the small businesses

New debt refinance program of SBA proves to be helpful to the small businesses

Posted on June 27, 2012

Do you own a small business organization and are you spending sleepless nights thinking about the future of your business in this tough economy? If you’ve almost overdosed yourself with the tension due to declining business revenues and you’re screaming for help in this tough economic crisis, you may get help from the small and […]

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Invoice Finance for small companies

Invoice Finance for small companies

Posted on May 28, 2012

A huge reason why small companies fail to succeed and often fail after the first couple of years of trading is due to cash flow. It is difficult for a small business that has limited funds to succeed as most of it is often tied up in marketing and investment to be able to grow.

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What is equipment finance?

What is equipment finance?

Posted on May 20, 2012

Equipment finance is a common tool used by lots and lots of companies as part of a business recovery programme, as it can help improve cash flow and also improve working capital. It typically involves a lender giving a business finance that is secured by a piece of equipment. This works for those businesses that are finding it hard to get finance because the equipment is used as security and if they default on payment the equipment will be taken away.

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Who went bust in 2010-2012?

Who went bust in 2010-2012?

Posted on April 26, 2012

We have seen retailers that went into administration significantly decrease in 2008, but 2011 proved to be a bad year. At the end of December 2011, it was reported that three very major retailers with a total of 552 stores and 7,485 employees announced they were close to administration.

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What is debt management?

What is debt management?

Posted on April 24, 2012

Being in debt can not only be stressful but also complicated. There are many ways to tackle debts that are unmanagement. The solution that best fits you depends on your circumstances. The different options should be explored before making a final decision.

When the stresses of debt is taking over a debt management plan can be the answer dependant on circumstances.

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Debt Advice

Debt Advice

Posted on April 23, 2012

The next company to go into liquidation or administration is only around the corner. This does not need to happen and can be avoided by seeking debt advice.

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What is disaster recovery and why is it important to businesses?

What is disaster recovery and why is it important to businesses?

Posted on April 20, 2012

Disaster recovery forms a big part of a company’s business continuity plan. While business continuity sets out controls to keep all aspects of business functioning when a disaster hits, disaster recovery primarily focuses on IT and its systems that support business functions in the case of a disaster.

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Company Failures in 2011

Company Failures in 2011

Posted on April 20, 2012

When the media announces the latest company that is on the edge of going into liquidation it does not become a surprise anymore as more and more companies are struggling as consumers are turning to the internet for their shopping needs.

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HMRC Late payment regime

HMRC Late payment regime

Posted on January 26, 2012

The HRMC penalty regime for late payments of National Insurance (NI) and PAYE is still regarded as ‘unfair’ to SMEs. This regime was introduced in April 2011 with the aim of punishing the late filing of tax returns with new charges – taxpayers that file in for tax returns after the deadline.

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