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NHS Blood & Transplant - Take time to relax in a donor chair and give blood this autumn

NHS Blood & Transplant - Take time to relax in a donor chair and give blood this autumn

Take time to relax in a donor chair and give blood this autumn. For many people the start of autumn is when routines are changed and you are more likely to stay indoors and hibernate. But it is also a chance to spend your extra h

New rules on debt recovery may delay payment of consumer debts

New rules on debt recovery may delay payment of consumer debts

New rules on the procedure businesses must follow when trying to collect debts from individual customers could mean that you have to wait 90 days or more before you can issue court proceedings.

Making financial gifts during your lifetime (Part 1)

Making financial gifts during your lifetime (Part 1)

If you are fortunate enough to have financial security, and more money than you need to live comfortably, then you may want to pass on some of your wealth to your family and friends while you are still alive.

Supreme Court supports wishes of lady who left everything to charity in her will

Supreme Court supports wishes of lady who left everything to charity in her will

On Wednesday, 15 March 2017 the highest court in the UK upheld the wishes of a mother who had chosen to exclude her daughter from her will and leave everything to charity.

Sutton McGrath Hartley to host free financial advice seminar in Rotherham

Sutton McGrath Hartley to host free financial advice seminar in Rotherham

Rotherham chartered accountants Sutton McGrath Hartley are providing the latest in their series of free financial seminars this week with a masterclass covering inheritance tax, wills and more.

The dangers of DIY divorce

The dangers of DIY divorce

In a bid to make the divorce and dissolution of civil partnerships process easier for separating couples to understand, the government is introducing a new set of forms to apply for divorce or dissolution with effect from 7 August

Is your will enough? Why you may need a letter of wishes

Is your will enough? Why you may need a letter of wishes

If your will is the most important document that you will ever write, a letter of wishes could well be the second.

Disability in the workplace

Disability in the workplace

Employment tribunal claims for disability discrimination can lead to the imposition of huge financial penalties for employers. It therefore pays to be aware of your responsibilities to disabled persons under the Equality Act 2010

Deciding to be joint tenants or tenants in common?

Deciding to be joint tenants or tenants in common?

If you are buying a property with someone else, deciding whether you will own it as joint tenants or tenants in common may determine your respective shares in the property.

Managing the online reputation of your business

Managing the online reputation of your business

In a world where business is increasingly conducted online, customers are choosing to turn to the internet in order to share their experiences of all manner of commercial transactions. This ranges from rating their plumber to ran

Help buying your first home

Help buying your first home

As property prices begin to rise, finding an affordable home can be a struggle, particularly if you are a first-time buyer.

Planning for your century

Planning for your century

Are you prepared to live to 100? As one-in-three babies born today can expect to live to this milestone age, it seems this is something more of us need to start planning for. The number of centenarians is set to rise to almost 500

Reducing the risk of gazumping

Reducing the risk of gazumping

According to the government, 200,000 property transactions collapse each year due to the unsavoury practice of gazumping, and the cost of failed transactions could amount to £270 million each year.

Dishonesty in divorce settlements will no longer be tolerated

Dishonesty in divorce settlements will no longer be tolerated

What can you do if you suspect your spouse concealed some of their assets during your divorce in order to reduce the amount they had to pay you?

Removing a Director from office

Removing a Director from office

Relationships in business can break down and companies often need to take a different direction necessitating a change in management, especially if one of the directors is not acting in a way that promotes the success of the compa

Dealing with debt on separation or divorce

Dealing with debt on separation or divorce

One of the many issues to be resolved on divorce or separation is what is to happen to the assets of the marriage, such as who gets the house or whether it is to be sold. On the other hand, you also need to reach a decision on

Sex, drama, wartime intrigue. Lives Apart: A World War 2 Chronicle

Sex, drama, wartime intrigue. Lives Apart: A World War 2 Chronicle

A sizzling, action packed, page turning drama set through the Second World War. 5 books for under £5! http://www.amazon.co.uk/Separation-Lives-Apart-World-Chronicle-ebook/dp/B00WXL7IHC/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

Sex, drama and obsession. 5 books you can't put down.

Sex, drama and obsession. 5 books you can't put down.

Obsession - An exciting new five part saga set in Germany, Poland, England and Spain in the 1930s and 1940s. All 5 books now published and available for under £9! Inspired by the sinister rumours about the fate of thousands of

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What are the key terms that need to be covered in a commercial lease?

What are the key terms that need to be covered in a commercial lease?

When a landlord and tenant agree a commercial lease, each will have a clear aim.

Pies, peas, casino and Country Music at Lost Chord event

Pies, peas, casino and Country Music at Lost Chord event

Leading South Yorkshire dementia charity Lost Chord is hosting a special evening of entertainment at Rotherham’s Carlton Park Hotel on September 29.

Spend Mondays in September with Mick 'Dotty' Wilson and crew

Spend Mondays in September with Mick 'Dotty' Wilson and crew

This month Top Draw Life Drawing plan to explore the tools used by the Impressionist

Horbury appoints Mark Allen as Senior Estimator

Horbury appoints Mark Allen as Senior Estimator

The rapidly expanding Horbury Property Services business has appointed a new Senior Estimator.

Horbury Property Services expands with key new appointment

Horbury Property Services expands with key new appointment

Part of the Horbury Group, Horbury Property Services has appointed a new Project Manager.

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