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Funding for dentists

Investment in a dental practice may be considerable. Its scale is reflected in the movement of prices for those practices which come up for sale. During the course of 2017, for example, the average price of a dental practice in the UK rose by 14.9%, according to...

Disbursements for law firms

Disbursements may be a contentious issue for any law firms. Your clients might raise their eyes about the large sum that might appear under that heading when you present your final account. And for the firm itself, significant sums may need to be spent on...

Finding unsecured business finance

Running any kind of professional practice – whether in law, medicine, accountancy or architecture, for example – is a thoroughly demanding exercise. The lion’s share of your efforts is likely to be focused in providing a top-rate, professional level of service to your...

Quick guide to business finance

Businesses thrive on innovation and the challenge of meeting new opportunities – this is invariably a key to their financial success. But in order to innovate, in order to rise to the challenge of new opportunities, businesses also need access to the necessary...

Why compare business loans?

Business decisions require just as much – if not more – care and consideration as those we make with our personal finances. Before purchasing any goods or services – including the effective “purchase” of a business loan – therefore, a number of basic decisions need to...

Unsecured business loans in the UK

Businesses in the UK thrive thanks to their access to borrowing – funds raised in this way are applied for a whole host of purposes, from the acquisition of essential assets to the need for immediate working capital to ensure the cashflow necessary to continue...

Changes afoot for your VAT liabilities

If you run a professional practice with a turnover of more than £85,000, you must be registered for VAT and make returns, together with the appropriate payments of the tax to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) every three months. But sweeping changes are afoot, which may...

The flat rate VAT and solicitors

The UK joined the European Economic Community – forerunner of the EU – on the 1st of January 1973. One of the results of that decision was to replace Purchase Tax with a European invention, Value Added Tax (VAT). In the UK, the initial standard rate of VAT was 10% but...

Barrister Loans

As the website Law Careers puts it, becoming a barrister is a high-risk and very expensive project. On top of the already high costs of studying and paying for a university degree, there are also the costs of obtaining a Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) – with current...

Does your law firm need a loan?

Why do lawyers need loans? The reasons are many and varied, so it may be worth reviewing how solicitors typically fund the legal services they offer. Funding In many respects – whether your firm is structured as a partnership or a limited liability company and whether...

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