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Top Tips For Match Betting Enthusiasts

That’s right. The hype is real. The chances are you will have heard about ‘matched betting’ at some point in the last year or so, as more and more sharp-minded punters are discovering the joys of this risk-free, tax-free method of making money from sport. If you’re strapped for cash or simply looking for a bit of extra income, there’s probably no better way to make it than this. But what’s it all...

Five Things to Know About Moving to Teddington in London

Living in the capital is an exciting prospect: there are more jobs, more shops, it’s where everything goes on. However, living in the Central London can be pricey, so it’s worth thinking about widening your search to areas on the outskirts. Even when combined with travel costs you’re still likely to save money by escaping the centre, and there’s also lots of other benefits. Teddington is a great area...

Financial Advice for Those Starting a Business in the New Year

When it comes to starting a new business, it’s very easy to get caught up in details and ignore the fundamentals. With so much to think about, from your company name to the products you’re going to sell and how you’re going to market your business, it’s not surprising. One mistake that a lot of people make is to neglect the financial side of running a business. The last thing you want is to find out...

Dealing with your consumer disputes – Email the CEO

When you have a complaint about a company these days it’s sometimes difficult to know who to contact. There is a great website called ceoemail.com which provides users with the email addresses of “Chief Executive Officer” (CEO’s) of organisations across the UK. Being armed with the right name and email address to direct your complaint to will help you seek redress against your grievance. You will also...

Ways to Save Your Business Money By Avoiding Unexpected Fines

The predominant aim when running your own business is to ensure that you are doing enough work to make a profit. You need to pay for your overheads, members of staff and all the other expenses involved, yet cannot expect to grow until a sufficient level of profit is being made. So, what you wouldn’t want is to be hit with any unexpected costs, such as fines or legal bills, because you haven’t conducted your...

Five things every business owner should know about their energy bills

It’s been well documented, particularly in recent weeks, that energy bills keep going up. The media is often full of information on the impact to domestic properties and advice on what consumers should be doing to lower their bills, but the impact to UK businesses is much less well understood. Business owners and decision makers also need to know that the amount they pay for energy usage is a cost that they...