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How technology can steer the success of your business

Technology has vastly changed the way we shop, providing us with more and more options for how we purchase goods. With new technology being released continuously, the challenge for retailers is learning to adapt and cater to the desire for an easier and more convenient shopping experience. While this may require extra funds, which can be obtained in several ways such as business loans or a merchant cash advance,...

Raise some cash for your savings account

Raising money to put away into a savings account is no easy matter these days. If your loose change is not in the bank, you’ll probably be tempted to spend it! If you’re really serious about some money, you’ll need to put the cash in to a savings account, this will help you build the savings that you really need for some future purchase such as: House or Flat New Car Holiday Family Rainy...

Feel the love this Valentine’s and not the hefty bank balance!

Frugal love doesn’t sound very attractive does it, but romance on a budget doesn’t have to equate to fake diamonds and gold plated jewellery. A tight budget moves the emphasis away from collateral and onto creativity, which can mean much more personal and unique expressions of devotion. So go on, try doing something original on February the 14th 2018. Here are a few very simple ideas to get you thinking: Make...

Three ways to have fun while spending less than you think

If you’re on a budget and watching the pennies, one of the first things you inevitably cut back on is the fun things in life. Days out, meals out and holidays aren’t necessities, after all; you can get by without them. However, unless times are really hard, you need to have some outlet for enjoyment every now and then. Take a look at the ideas below on how you can have fun, but not necessarily spend as much...

Health & Safety Working From Home

Many businesses are downsizing their offices and setting employees up at home with a desk, chair and computer, but this doesn’t exclude them from the responsibilities of Health and Safety issues. Your employer still have a legal obligation to take care of you! The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HSWA) places duties on employers, self-employed people and employees to protect the health, safety and welfare...

Damaged Goods: Your rights and what do do

With Christmas on the horizon, many of us are anxiously awaiting the arrival of our Black Friday bargains and presents. Research has shown that 60% of people have experienced problems with deliveries, and not even Santa is off the hook. From arctic winds to sandstorms, your presents have to withstand a lot on their way to you. If you do find yourself with a damaged item, there’s no need to worry. Protective...