“Why are we attacked for making money?” Female millionaires anger at receiving hateful messages after sharing their success online. The main reason could be societal taboos around exploring our feelings about money and female financial freedom.
There’s no time like the present for businesses looking to plan and prepare for a financially sound 2021. Jon Maycock, Commercial Director at Propel Finance, shares his advice on ways you can help ensure a sound future.
COVID-19 has presented a cashflow nightmare for businesses. Here, business coach and author Sheryl Miller offers 7 tips for tackling cashflow as we head into 2021.
With some businesses experiencing a rise in productivity as staff work remotely, many firms are re-evaluating the purpose of their office space. HR Consultant at The Spectra Group, Tahlia Morton shares her views on what this may mean for the future workplace.
Shareholders are at risk of being treated differently and unfairly over dividend payments during the coronavirus pandemic, Lynsey Burke, senior associate at law firm Nelsons has warned.
Beating an addiction isn’t easy. For Jack Symons, gambling was his vice. Overcoming his addiction led to him founding a revolutionary app, Gamban. Here’s his business story.
Jenny Vadasz, owner of Aspire Accounts, encourages clients to take risks. Not your usual accountant, she recommends her SME clients jump off a cliff. And her unusual methods pay dividends.
With ‘normal’ life feeling more out of reach than ever, 2021 looks set to be just as disruptive and unpredictable as 2020. Here, Harry Fenner, shares four ways he’s helping his team to beat the January blues.
The pandemic had a significant effect on various commercial property types – primarily office spaces, hospitality venues and retail outlets. Nataliya Healey, Partner at Primas Law and specialist commercial real estate lawyer, shares her view.
Small business leaders share the trends that have emerged in their markets in 2020, how they’ve innovated to stay ahead and what they’re doing to prepare for 2021.
With businesses around the globe having to close their offices and adapt to remote working, we talk to commercial property experts to find out what impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on commercial property values.
Despite insolvencies being an a record low in over a decade, a large number of businesses are voluntarily closing down due to the economic uncertainty around coronavirus and fears over a possible increase in Capital Gains Tax.