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Ted Wigzell

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Friday, 18 January 2019 13:07

Facebook - Like, Share Or Comment?

In the real world if you enjoy something you talk about it and share it with your friends.
Wednesday, 02 January 2019 12:49

Defining Success

Happy New Year!  As we are freshly back from the Christmas break, a time when many people make resolutions, I’d like to ask a question please.
Thursday, 04 October 2018 15:20

Does Networking Work?

Anyone that’s a seasoned networker will have met the ‘buy my stuff’ attendees. These people are known in networking circles as predators whose only reason for attending events is to sell.
Friday, 28 September 2018 12:04

I’m Not Donald Trump But...

I’m not Donald Trump but, trust me, if you are running a small business you are being bombarded by fake news. Fake news in your inboxes and fake news on your social media timelines.
Have you ever visited the Business Show and thought that you’d love to exhibit there but it’s just too expensive?
Tuesday, 28 August 2018 10:08

Will HMRC Come After You?

HMRC are under pressure from politicians who are demanding that they recover more unpaid tax even though they delivered a record haul of almost 30 billion pounds from their compliance activity during the last financial year.
Friday, 24 August 2018 13:22

Tax Investigation Is On The Increase

Despite widespread media coverage of large companies blatant avoidance of paying tax, it is still the smallest of businesses coming under the microscope of HMRC.
Friday, 30 December 2016 23:00

Listen - Solutions Not Resolutions

The period between Christmas and New Year gives everyone lots of time to consider what they should be doing differently with their business in the year ahead. However, this often gives rise to unrealistic resolutions being made and then promptly discarded.
There has been lots of publicity recently that there are more people in employment than ever before. However, the fact that the population of the UK is at its highest ever seems to be overlooked. More significantly, there seems to be no tangible acknowledgement that the self employed and SME sector is leading the way in terms of growth.
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 09:54

Pension Saving, Are We Living In Denial?

The history of today's old age pension can be traced to the Pensions Act of 1908. Laudably this act made allowance for payments of 5 shillings per week to be made to people on reaching the age of 70.
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