Insight – July 2016

The Property Market Commercial Property It seems Brexit is the sitting duck when something’s not too good, and GDP growth expectations aren’t going to be the exception for being in the fallout zone. Although there doesn’t appear to be the 2008 crash vulnerabilities, it won’t be a surprise to expect property prices to follow-through and [...]
Budget Summary: Summer Without A Picnic?

Budget Summary: Summer Without A Picnic?

A budget claimed as putting ‘economic security and working people first’ saw an increase in National Insurance Contributions, the removal of Employment Allowance for companies where the director is the sole employee, outlined plans for Dividend changes, fuel duty being frozen, a new National Living Wage, the Annual Investment Allowance permanently set, and Corporation Tax being reduced. A [...]
March 2012 Noteworthy News

January 2012 Noteworthy News

It is becoming prohibitively expensive for the lenders, who rely on cheap short-term financing to fund a part of their balance sheet, to fund for more than 3-5 years, hence, traditional banking, which supports the wider corporate client, is facing further shrinkage  in the corporate banking world. Businesses and motorists are bracing themselves after the [...]
April 2011 Noteworthy News

April 2011 Noteworthy News

          April Brings a Shower of Changes. Most small businesses look out for the perpetual barrier to their growth, tax and red tape, amongst the Budget. Amongst this years’ was a reduction in corporation tax,  measures to scrap large amounts of legislation, a three year freeze on new regulations for small [...]