Monthly Archives: November 2013

So You Survived – Now The Real Work Begins

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Government have today announced that they will continue to support lending for small businesses, as The Bank of England move to refocus the Funding for Lending scheme (FLS) on businesses not mortgage borrowers. Making it through the recession is a … Continue reading

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The Stag’s Head Reopens

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Our client’s, Stamatis and Faith Trivizas, recently took over as landlords of The Stag’s Head Pub in Swalcliffe. A pretty thatched building, circa 1495, the pub has been closed for several months. However, Stamatis and Faith have worked hard giving … Continue reading

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Client meets Prince William

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This year marks the 150th Anniversary of the Football Association. In celebration, 150 unsung heroes were invited to attend Buckingham Palace to receive an award. Our client, Shirley Johnson, from Launton Post Office was invited to this prestigious event due … Continue reading

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Simpler Income Tax: Simplified Expenses

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The simplification of expenses for small businesses is part of the government’s attempt to simplify taxation. One of the measures introduced in the Finance Act 2013 last July, under the banner of ‘simpler income tax for small businesses’ is a … Continue reading

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Abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board

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A change in the way terms and conditions for agricultural and horticultural workers in England are governed has recently come into force following the abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board. Farm employers will now be able to employ new workers … Continue reading

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Simplifying NI for Self-Employed

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Are you self employed? Do you think that the way you pay your National Insurance Contributions could be simplified? HMRC have recently carried out a survey exploring whether it would be simpler and more straight-forward to collect National Insurance Contributions … Continue reading

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