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Latest Articles
12/12/2011 |
As you may be aware, on the 1st of October 2011 the Government abolished gift duty for which the consideration was natural love and affection. The repeal of gift duty...
03/11/2011 |
Buying an existing business is an important financial decision and should not be rushed. With assistance from your accountant and lawyer, you should carefully consider all aspects of the business...
03/11/2011 |
Keeping on top of cash flow is key to the success in any business. Being able to quickly and easily recover debts is an important step in keeping that cash...
02/11/2011 |
Buying a house is a momentous occasion, and after all those weeks (or months) of searching for the right place it’s important that you don’t spoil all that work by...
12/10/2011 |
If you employ staff in your business, it is advisable to have documented policies and procedures in place.Policies and procedures provide employees with a clear understanding as to what you...

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