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November 2 , 2017 |

Planned Changes to Letting Fees Goes Before Parliament

Plans banning letting fees are being presented to Parliament. The Tenant Fees Bill, which was first announced in the Queen’s Speech this summer, is being introduced as the Government says the fees are often not clearly or consistently explained, leaving many tenants unaware of the true costs of renting a property. If the bill becomes

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November 2 , 2017 |

Latest news on Interest Rates!

2nd November 2017 First Interest Rate Rise by the B O E in 10 Years Announced Today! The Bank of England has voted to raise interest rates for the first time in more than a decade, with many predicting this will signal the start of a series of gradual increases. Will this be a good thing

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December 16 , 2015 |

Tax on Benefit in Kind to be Relaxed-HMRC States

Benefit in Kind Rules Relaxed Tax on benefit in kind rules to be relaxed  – HMRC have recently stated, starting April 2016. This nis all a part of the simplification processes that they are introducing. Benefits worth £50 or less, paid for by an employer,will no longer trigger a tax and national insurance bill for

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September 16 , 2015 |

Businesses Can Make Tax Savings on Investments

Academy Leasing managing director Michael Nolan said that businesses can make tax savings. The Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) will fall from the current rate of £500,000 to £200,000 from January 1, 2016, reducing the tax relief cap on investments in equipment and development capital. “Although the fall in AIA was less severe than expected in

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27
Apr

Aston Martin urged to choose Longbridge for new factory

Aston Martin is being courted by Birmingham to invest in Longbridge after it emerged the luxury carmaker was considering a new plant to build 4x4s . The brand is said to be considering Birmingham or Bridgend, in South Wales, for the new factory. But Midland business and civic leaders are desperate for the luxury carmaker

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27
Apr

Apprentice finalistfinds recipe for more success in Birmingham

Apprentice finalist Nick Holzherr has agreed a major deal to launch an online food app in eight new countries. The Aston University business graduate, who starred in series eight of the BBC show, has seen his app Whisk converted into five languages ahead of a key expansion. He expects the rollout, which will see Whisk

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27
Apr

Finance Birmingham Backs Electrical Services Business

A West Midlands electrical services provider has secured an £800,000 working capital injection from Finance Birmingham. The cash will support Wolverhampton-headquartered ON-Power Electrical Services’ growth plans, as well as helping create 12 jobs at the business over the next three years. “Finance Birmingham’s funding package will help to transform our business, enabling us to capitalise

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27
Apr

A futuristic vision of a Birmingham that never was

An extremely fascinating insight into how 1950s town planners envisioned Birmingham has been revealed. They were the town planners who bridged the gap between post-war bombsites and the stark, often cold, architecture of the 1960s that led to an revolution in the way we live. The fascinating insight into how 1950s town planners envisioned Birmingham

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