New Trading Business Premises Purchase – Financed
Franchise Business Expansion Loan
Business Loan for West Sussex Pub & Hotel
Beating the stamp duty holiday There are calls for the Government to extend the stamp duty holiday beyond 31st March. The activity in the housing sector has certainly given the economy a boost, whether the Government see this as enough, as an inflation risk, or want to raise taxation at source waits to be seen.
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CBILS for franchised & franchise businesses The Coronavirus business interruption loan scheme is pretty well known. It seems to have been extended more times than the last video I hired from Blockbuster in 1997. Like Blockbuster, the end is nigh for the scheme as it currently stands and a further extension looks unlikely, with that
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Increasing Bounce Back Loans & Interruption Loans There has been a fair bit of change around the terms on which these loans were offered. Some of it, I’m pleased to say has seen common sense prevail. That said, the deadline for these loans remains 31st January and there doesn’t look like being a further extension.
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Open Banking – The Truth There is a video here, if you want the wordy explanation, here goes. Open Banking is a system that allows one piece of software to access your bank details. For many of us we do this all the time when paying online or connecting our business account to Xero or
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Background, Challenges & Outcome In this case the property was already owned with the client looking to raise finance against the asset so they could purchase another investment property. The complexity was that the tenant was a corporate entity rather than an individual who would be subject to a standard Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST). This
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