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Lousy Interest Rates!

Dec 2011 If you had £30,000 to invest over a 2 year fixed period and you selected 2 of the best rates  e.g. 4% (Investec) or 3.85% (Halifax) Between these two rates – neither spectacular, the additional interest generated  is £93.53 (over 2 years). Confirm this by visiting the Useful Links page and select the [...]

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12 Tips for Raising Finance

There are many reasons for raising finance for your business – to pay off a loan or to undergo a major expansion programme. Here is a suggest list of options to consider. Internal Retained profit Issue new shares to existing shareholder Sell off fixed assets not generating revenues External Issue shares to new shareholders Commercial [...]

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Crunching the Numbers

Understanding the numbers correctly is crucial if you are going to make any decisions involving the financial position of your business. Effective business planning is useless without it. However, many people feel uncomfortable with just simply punching in numbers into a calculator. Uncertain at this point if they’ve got this right, they are then often [...]

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Launch of Business Finance Coaching service

Ian Linnegan is gearing up to officially launch his new service on Jan 1, 2012. The name change and fresh branding has been carried out to make full use of all the new social media facilities and replaces the coaching and training services formally provided thorough the umbrella of EasyCoaching. Stick to the knitting! The [...]

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