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I am sure that many people will have caught the recent news items about the debt recovery letters sent out by both Wonga and the Student Loans Company. Although these were generated internally they were set up in such a way as to give the impression that, in the case of Wonga, they were...

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Late Payment of Debts

07 February 2014
By Fiona Gaskell
07
FEB

A survey carried out by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has revealed that more than half of its members who contract with larger private sector businesses were paid late during the last 12 months.  This is despite the fact that as long ago as 1998 legislation was introduced...

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06
FEB

Good cash flow is essential for any business to survive and flourish and never more so than for SMEs. Whether you are a sole trader or a limited company, if it is not monitored carefully there will be problems. Getting robust procedures in place will reduce the risk of being forced to start...

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The Government is proposing a new Bill of Rights to help protect consumers against rogue traders.  Jo Swinson, Business Minister, has suggested that the new laws which will be introduced will allow customers to enforce verbal contracts and that recording conversations with traders could...

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Well firstly, and at the risk of appearing rather pedantic, there is no such thing as 'The Small Claims Court'. All money claims, whether they are for £100 or £100,000 start out in the same place - Salford. Well more accurately the Northampton County Court Money Claims Centre in Salford...

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