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Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards – What They Mean The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Sector) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 will make it unlawful from April 2018 to let residential or commercial properties with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of ‘F’ or ‘G’ (i.e. the lowest 2 grades of energy efficiency). The new regulations will
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Financial Distress Among SMEs Rising

Financial Distress Among SMEs New research from Begbies Traynor, the UK’s leading independent business recovery practice was published this week. The headline is the a 25% rise in businesses reporting significant financial distress. This is the biggest annual increase since 2014. Put into numbers, this is 329,834 UK companies who report “Significant” financial distress at the end
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Buy To Let Changes – What You Need To Know

Buy To Let Changes  From 30th September there are more changes coming for Buy To Let borrowing. Hot on the heels of the changes introduced earlier this year the second tranche kicks in this month. Many lenders are already adapting and asking questions in advance of the changes to affordability calculations. The new regulations are
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How Millennials See Owning a Business

Business Ownership For Millennials As someone with a millennial generation daughter I fully understand that the world is seen very different by Generation X than it is through the eyes of the Millennial. I don’t necessarily understand it but I do know that we see things very differently. One of the biggest differences is that
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