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Northampton accountant jailed for swindling superstars with £3.5m

An accountant from Northampton who confessed deceiving renowned names, including singer Rita Ora and rugby player matt Davison, out of more than three million pounds is now behind bars. Andrew Munday, from Northamptonshire, used the money to buy luxury houses, watches and an executive lounge membership at Tottenham Hotspur football club. He previously pleaded guilty […]

Can government policy on the UK property market damage the economy?

CAN GOVERNMENT POLICY ON THE UK PROPERTY MARKET DAMAGE THE ECONOMY? Date: 30/10/2017 CAN GOVERNMENT POLICY ON THE UK PROPERTY MARKET DAMAGE THE ECONOMY? By Godwin OkriIt has long been a settled argument amongst free-market economists that a liberated market is a flourishing market. This is why some economists wince each time they read about […]

Job Opportunity

Job Opportunity Date: 18/06/2014 One of our clients is looking for a friendly, positive and approachable Shop Manager for Leeds branch of a big nationwide franchise of cakes and related items. Main Duties: To manage the day-to-day provision of cake designs and to exceed customers’ expectations. To develop the business and sales opportunities where possible. […]

Do you know how to cash your £2000 Employment Allowance?

Do you know how to cash your £2000 Employment Allowance? Date: 19/04/2014 Have you recently received a letter from Prime Minister, David Cameron, giving you a good news about Employment Allowance of £2000.  Prime Minister wrote that from 6 April 2014, almost all UK employers can reduce the amount of National Insurance contributions (NICs) they […]

Inheritance Tax in a Nutshell

Inheritance Tax in a Nutshell Date: 05/03/2014 The two unavoidable certainties, i.e. death and taxes, will inevitably come together one day. But you can possibly avoid but definitely reduce the inheritance tax with proper planning.  Inheritance tax is often referred to as the ‘voluntary tax’, being easily reducible. Here is a small list of helpful […]

Universal Credit System and Income Tax

Universal Credit System and Income Tax Date: 01/01/2014 Universal Credit is a new system introduced by the government in order to ensure greater fairness to the welfare system. The early introduction of Universal Credit has begun in the Greater Manchester and Cheshire areas whereas it will be operational nationwide in October this year. Universal Credit […]