Month: June 2015

Campaign Bus Tour Aims to Inspire a Record Number of UK Start-Ups

Campaign Bus Tour Aims to Inspire a Record Number of UK Start-Ups

StartUp Britain, a government-backed enterprise initiative, is hoping to inspire thousands of people to start their own businesses by taking a road trip around the UK with a bus-load of start-up experts. The tour began at Canary Wharf on June 22nd but will be reaching the length and breadth of Britain with daily stops until …

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Indexed Universal Life Insurance Loan Affects Cap Rate

Recently there have been some rumblings in the life insurance industry. I know, big surprise. It seems life insurance agents and industry professionals love to disagree. First, make sure you read last week’s post, “Introduction to Indexed Universal Life Policy Loans”. It’s important for you to have context for the discussion below. The particular disagreement …

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Privacy Concerns Raised Over Transparency Rules for SMEs

Privacy Concerns Raised Over Transparency Rules for SMEs

A law firm has expressed reservations about new government rules for SMEs. In a bid to improve corporate transparency, UK businesses will be expected to keep a register of all figures with significant control over a company from January 2016. This new rule forms part of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act. Boodle Hatfield …

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