Business

Junior ISAs get off to a good start, says the AIC

Junior individual savings accounts (JISAs) have been reported to have had a slow take-up, possibly reflecting the lack of government contributions and difficult and unstable economic environment. The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) states that according to investment company managers, investment company JISAs have had a good first year on November 1st. A breakdown of popular funds shows that investment ...

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Ways to Prevent Fraud in Your Business

Unfortunately, it’s the little guy that always loses out. Companies with less than 1,000 employees lose, on average, $79,000 more than larger companies per fraud case, say the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Considering the fact that smaller businesses are less likely to have large profit margins, unlike their bigger competitors, this is a sad story for little companies. Fraudulent ...

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SMEs Given the Chance To Access Finance

Reform is on the cards for some of the more famous high street banks in Britain. Lloyds Bank and RBS seem to at the head of the trend that is allowing for greater and more accessible funding for up and coming SMEs (Small and Medium Enetrprises). The change has come following the recently launched scheme under the moniker ‘Funding for ...

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Cordell Commercial Projects- Leads the way

Cordell Information has been providing information about the construction industry since 1969.They have been researching on the construction industry for more than 40years now and they have seen the ups and downs. They have the manpower, the skill set and the knowledge to provide relevant information to meet the business goals and objectives. They provide both long-term and short-term strategies. ...

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