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Top accreditation for Ryley Wealth Management

Ryley Wealth Management, the Nottingham-based wealth management company has been recognised as one of the country’s leading financial planners by its own industry body. The...

How to get ahead before the Christmas break

With Christmas just days away, it’s time to prevent any potential fallout by putting measures in place. Although the end of December might see your...

Address land supply problem to unlock Nottingham’s potential

As rising house prices in London and the southeast drive large corporates out of the capital, Nottingham is well-placed to benefit from companies looking...

Should we be deflated by the news of inflationary rises?

By Robert Anderson, partner at Streets Chartered Accountants. The financial news this week revealed that in February inflation in the UK shot past the Bank...

Apprenticeships have major role to play in bridging skills gap, says...

Employers hold the key to tackling the nation’s skills shortages – and recruiting more apprentices is a major part of the solution, says Apprenticeships...

Poor data protection practises land organisations hefty fines

By Ian Lewis, senior consultant in company commercial law and employment law at Bray & Bray. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) continues to impose...

What does the Starbucks dyslexia discrimination case mean for your business?

Deborah Scales, solicitor at Cartwright King, explains what the highly publicised discrimination case means for your business. A tribunal recently found that Starbucks had discriminated...

“Unreasonable” or “expected” behaviour – what’s the difference?

By Ben Lawson, associate, family law at Geldards LLP. Is the ill treatment of one spouse to another unreasonable if that behaviour is deemed to...

What is your why? What is your purpose?

By Greg Simpson of Press for Attention PR – Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham. Previously, I have written about your “who” your “what” and...

Family firms could be in the taxman’s sights, warns NFU Mutual

Family businesses could well be included as part of a multimillion pound tax crackdown on “mid-size businesses and wealthy individuals” set to begin next...

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