There are a number of reasons that your business might need to update its customer contracts or terms and conditions (T&Cs) from time to time. Perhaps your business is evolving in order to be compliant with the latest regulatory changes,
There are a number of reasons that your business might need to update its customer contracts or terms and conditions (T&Cs) from time to time.
New data from high street lender Halifax reveals that average UK property prices were up by almost four per cent year-on-year in the three months to August.
So with the hikers decided, it’s now time for the training to begin. I still don’t think we realise quite what we are getting ourselves into and quietly hoping confidence and positivity will push us through. Having already embarked on
The calls come ahead of Remember A Charity Week – a campaign due to take place from Monday 10 September to Sunday 16 September 2018.
In a new crackdown on drivers with defective eyesight, three police forces in the UK are planning to test the eyesight of every motorist they stop.
A ‘phoenixed’ company has been wound up just days after the Government announced a crack down on directors who deliberately liquidate companies to avoid their liabilities.
In recent days, an Employment Tribunal has ordered craft beer company Brewdog to pay a sum of £12,000 to a former employee who was sacked after doctors told him he was about to lose his eyesight.
UK-based investors have pumped some £18.8 billion into Britain’s commercial property market over the last 12 months, new research from Savills reveals.
A Freedom of Information (FoI) Act request has revealed that many UK families are not taking advantage of a recently-introduced Inheritance Tax (IHT) break which could otherwise save them thousands of pounds.