CMME are pleased to once again announce we have received the Feefo Gold Trusted Service award!
LinkedIn recently overhauled its desktop site to offer a streamlined experience, complete with better search functions, more relevant results, and new features that make it easier for contractors to connect with recruiters. With a staggering 64% of candidates hired through a referral, LinkedIn channels the power and ease of online networking, providing its users with an optimal environment for referral-driven recruitment.
Thursday 7th February 2019 played host to Legal & General’s annual Business Quality Awards. These awards recognise the hard work in the protection industry through client service and commitment to client retention.
Many people decide to remortgage their home in a bid to either replace their existing mortgage or borrow money against their property for a number of different reasons.
Whether you’re looking to make home improvements, extend your property, or even consolidate existing debts, there are many potential benefits that could come hand in hand with remortgaging your property.
According to a survey by the British Chamber of Commerce, two thirds of businesses say that VAT is their biggest administrative burden.
With this is mind, Champion Contractors has put together a simple guide to help businesses get to grips with the basics of this rather tricky tax.
Recent leading industry data released by the Finance and Leasing Association has revealed that second charge lending has increased by up to 21% - signalling a stark annual growth.
These figures also revealed that there were 2,282 new agreements in November 2018 alone, proving that the market has continued to show significant volumes of growth compared to recent years.
Whether you’re a first-time buyer, a landlord, or a prospective buyer, there are several fees that you will need to consider when buying a new property, including your legal fees.
Legal fees typically range between £800 and £1500 plus VAT so before you begin the purchasing process it’s important to ensure that you’ve budgeted for these funds.
Over two consecutive months, in November and December of 2018, we saw UK house prices fall by 1.5 per cent. This dramatic price drop is the greatest since 2012 and has been fuelled by many different factors.
There are a whole host of reasons why the new year is a good time to buy, Christmas has just been, you’re getting back into the work routine and with a fresh perspective plus determination, 2019 could be your year!
It can be a little daunting getting started on this resolution but it’s best to make a plan and to help, here are our top tips to get you started;
Understand your financial position