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Asbestos Survey – Do you need one? Here are 10 reasons you might find you need one: Management Asbestos Surveys – If your non domestic property was built before 2000, you legally need to have an asbestos survey in place. The duty is imposed by the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. A management survey is […]

Finding Motivation And Inspiration In Every Day Surroundings

You already realise the fact that life is all about progress. Even if you are doing great right now, it won’t help if you keep doing the same thing 5 years hence, trust me I know! You need to keep improving upon yourself and constantly seek new challenges as this is the only thing that […]

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Electrical Regulations by Pocket Watch Assistant

Last year the Electrical Safety Regulations were updated. Most landlords proactively ensure the safety of their tenants. However, some have failed to do so. The regulations now require you to: Ensure electrical safety standards are met Ensure electrical installations in rented properties are inspected/tested by qualified engineers at least every 5 years Obtain a report, […]

Key dates for the UK tax year 2021/22

Author: Louise Fotheringham of Blue Fusion Bookkeeping Services We are approaching the year end and I thought it would be handy to post a list of key dates for the UK tax year 2021/22 that may be of benefit to you and your business. Make a note of the dates that apply to you and […]

How you can effectively reduce your sugar intake

Hey Sugar

Author: Margaret Bell Transformational Health Coach Techniques to naturally lower your sugar daily intake Putting it simply our brains love sugar, but our bodies don’t. Sugar puts physical stress on your body in such a way that is can increase your cortisol levels and therefore induce your fight or flight mode – where you are […]

Are you planning on retiring?

Roz Barnes Financial Planning Are You Planning on Retiring

Author: Roz Barnes Financial Planning Ltd. Just because saving for retirement is difficult, it doesn’t mean you should give up; and the current reliefs and allowances on pension contributions should give cause for optimism. If you expect to retire on a final-salary pension and with no mortgage, your perspective on retirement may well be rosy; […]

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