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Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Tuesday, 21 June 2016
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Monday, 13 June 2016
There are many reasons to start a business if you may be unemployed or have recently been made redundant. By pursuing this career path, you can cultivate a stable stream of revenue, become your own boss and enhance your professional CV.
Turner Little reports on the release of new figures, which indicate that unemployment and redundancy have fuelled UK business creation throughout the past five years.
Friday, 10 June 2016
Starting your own business can be very rewarding. But before you pursue this step, you may want to look at the key areas of the company establishment process, to ensure you create a business which can thrive.
Turner little asks: what are the basic considerations of starting a business?
Friday, 3 June 2016
Turner Little selects the key points from this article to asks which taxes could affect small business owners?
Thursday, 2 June 2016
If you decide to start a business, you need to protect your company’s Intellectual Property (IP), so you can retain the competitive edge required to succeed in a crowded marketplace. This means that you may need to know about how to safeguard your firm’s trademarks.
You will need to understand what a trademark is, where they apply and how you can register one to protect your companies intellectual property.
Turner Little asks what is a trademark and how can you protect this vital component of your business’ IP?
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
Self-employment in the UK continues to soar. As of the end of the quarter to October 2015, a record 4.6 million Britons worked for themselves, indicating that this is becoming an increasingly popular employment option.
Turner Little discusses the key considerations when becoming self-employed.