Is the UK focused on reaching their dream retirement plans?

Findings outlined within the graphic (below), from True Potential Investor, reveal that a total of 5% of men and women were able to add over £5,000 per month to their private pension pots in Q3 2016. Each UK person added an average of £325 to their private pension each month, according to the financial and technology […]
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4 Reasons You Should Take Responsibility for Your Employee’s Passwords

It’s common to let employees choose their own passwords, and it’s not something you’ll even have control over if you adopt a BYOD philosophy. However, you should really consider providing passwords yourself, either directly or through a password manager. It might seem like an unnecessary step, but you’ll reap several important security benefits.
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4 Reasons to Use a Third-Party Password Manager Instead of Your Browser’s

Password managers are a great way to keep track of all your login credentials; in fact, you won’t even have to take care of it yourself. Instead your password manager will store your credentials and apply them whenever you navigate to an account. Basic password managers are included with all major web browsers, but there […]
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The Most Popular UK Accountancy Software Packages

Whether you are new to accountancy software, or looking to update your current package after a change in company circumstances, choosing a reputable accountancy software package can often be difficult.
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Finance and leasing deals rise despite car sales fall

Despite a fall in sale volumes, the value of advances made by financing and leasing companies on cars was up 3 per cent in July at £1.21 billion and 1 per cent for the three months to July at £4.11 billion, an industry organisation reports.
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CRH goes on €4bn spree after selling its US operation

CRH could spend close to €4 billion acquiring new businesses over the next two years as the building materials group redeploys the proceeds of the sale of its US distribution business.
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US sale fuels CRH’s €4bn spree

CRH, the global building materials group, could spend almost €4 billion acquiring new businesses over the next two years as it reinvests funds from the sale of its US distribution arm.
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Start-ups slowed down by uncertainty

Political uncertainty caused by both the independence and the Brexit votes has hindered Scotland’s business birth rate, one of the country’s leading accountancy firms has claimed.
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Entrepreneurship in Ireland above pre-crisis levels

Entrepreneurship in Ireland has surpassed pre-recession levels, according to a survey that also highlights the growing number of businesses founded by women.
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Central Bank assigns €165m to cover potential QE losses

The Central Bank has set aside €165 million to deal with potential losses arising from the European Central Bank’s multibillion-euro bond-buying programme.
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