Four uses of a vet loan

It can be tempting to get swept up by the ridiculous cuteness of your patients – it is why you decided to become a vet, after all. But life, unfortunately, is not all puppies and kittens (despite what YouTube might have you believe), and somehow – more often than we’d like – real financial worries…
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Equipment financing 101

Office equipment is the jam to your doughnut – without it, your business is nothing more than a plain bun with – perhaps – a sprinkling of sugar. In order to run a successful practice, you need that gooey deliciousness to hold it all together and offer real substance, but with today’s competitive world constantly…
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How could a doctor’s loan help you?

An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but so will a medical practice that could really do with some extra cash. So just how can you inject a clean bill of health into your business? Insurance It’s a statutory requirement under ‘good medical practice’ for all doctors to have insurance – and you…
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Election 2017: what you need to know

Manifestos are flying, televised debates raging and Theresa May or, may not, continue to be Prime Minister after next week’s election. But as a small business, what are the policies that you should be aware of before you make that all-important vote? Here we look at the tax policies of the three major parties: Labour…
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Raising the bar: How to reduce financial stress

As if being a barrister wasn’t stressful enough, with all the UK’s uncertainty – stemming from the likes of Brexit – financial worries are now as present as ever. As Penny Lovell, Head of Private Client Services at Close Brothers Asset Management, explains in Barrister Magazine, “We are not yet a nation of savers” and…
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Tips for buying a practice

On top of your new year’s resolutions list may well be that life-changing decision that sees you transition into being your very own boss, complete with owning your own practice. It may not be for everyone, but if you do find yourself gaining traction on this path, make sure you follow our handy tips! Get…
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The Brexit of sandwich spreads

Ok. We’re finally able to breathe a sigh of relief after running around like headless chickens frantically lining our shelves with semi-liquid gold (no? just us?). Whatever your views on Marmite – what has cleverly been coined ‘the Brexit of sandwich spreads’ – you can’t deny that it dominated the news on reports that Unilever…
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Chiro-practice: Get back on your feet

Just like a back can spasm, leaving you a little off balance, so too, can your chiropractic practice. After all, nothing is guaranteed forever. Yet – like your back – all is not lost; nothing that a little bit of TLC can’t fix, anyway! So follow our top tips to get you back on your…
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Architecting a stress-free career

Some worrying news came out this month that more than a quarter of architecture students in the UK are either receiving or have received psychological help for problems related to their course, whilst a further quarter feel they may have to seek help in the future, according to The Guardian. Anxiety over the student debts…
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Setting up your own accountancy practice

Despite the economic turmoil of the last few years – which is showing no signs of slowing down – it doesn’t seem to be putting us off setting up our own businesses. This, in turn, is good news for small, independent accountants as “small businesses … cannot warrant a full-time, on-site accountant”, according to senior…
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