April 2010 Noteworthy News

April 2010 Noteworthy News

Monthly Noteworthy News: Budget 2010 With the AAA status of the UK being threatened and a general election looming ever closer; the main points of the budget are now generally know but a roundup can be found here.   FSA Advice Site The Government’s free money guidance service will offer consumers advice on a range [...]
Hammering Down The Sale

Hammering Down The Sale

Having recently talked about a theme tune for many a business as being  Who Will Buy?  following the European Commission’s concerns about the Government bailouts stifling competition and their pressuring the Government to scale-back state-aided Banks, over the next four years changes will happen and it could be our bailed-out Banks’ swan song. Although for [...]
Revive to Survive

Revive to Survive

Very few people have been unaffected over the last 6 - 12 months, with small businesses and self-employed especially hit, so rather than keep shouting from the rooftops we felt inspired to turn to our favourite;  Music. For holidaytime singalongs and karaoke the alternative lyrics to an all-time classic might be of use  or raise a [...]
A Tale of Moral Hazard

A Tale of Moral Hazard

"The mechanism for improving the System works too slowly.  Every time attempts are made to finally patch-up one problem, cracks appear elsewhere"  "Moral Hazard" is the name given to a decision that can influence future behaviour, often for the worse, and usually the person who caused the problem doesn`t suffer the full (or any) consequences. [...]