Category Archives: Finance and Mortgages

Buying a Pub, Bistro, Licensed Premises and other useful Information

“The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub, Bistro, Licensed Premises.” The Common Sense Guide to Buying a Pub is now available to purchase as an ebook through www.smashwords.com. for $5.99 or UK equivalent approximately £4.30, depending on the exchange rate. In addition you can read some the book by clicking on the Link below,… Read More »

October’s Tax Tips & News

Welcome… To October’s Tax Tips & News, our newsletter designed to bring you tax tips and news to keep you one step ahead of the taxman. If you need further assistance just let us know or you can send us a question for our Question and Answer Section. We are committed to ensuring none of… Read More »

M&C June Newsletter, MRO, Caveat Emptor and Latest on Leases.

M&C June Newsletter, MRO, Caveat Emptor and Latest on Leases. We are still all waiting with baited breath on the final pronouncement of the Statutory Pubs Code that is now well past the specific date set by Parliament for publication, namely 26th May 2016. Whilst it is appreciated that Government have every desire to ensure… Read More »

How to Crowdfund for a restaurant or leisure business successfully

How to crowdfund for a restaurant or leisure business successfully By Emma Eversham+Emma Eversham, 28-Sep-2015 Crowdfunding – the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people – is arguably no longer the ‘alternative’ finance method for hospitality businesses. http://www.bighospitality.co.uk/Features/Finance2/How-to-crowdfund-for-a-restaurant-successfully

Who would you sell your business to?

Who would you sell your business to? Imagine a scenario. You have decided to sell your business, and you were hoping to sell it for, let’s say, around £300,000. There are only two potential buyers. Which offer do you accept? The first offer is from an individual. They are willing to match the asking price… Read More »

Fragility of the Western Economy, some thoughts outside the box. (Quantitative Easing)

Fragility of the Western Economy, further thoughts outside the box. (Quantative Easing) We have suffered a drawn out recession, enormous Government borrowings, putting future generations in debt for many years with electoral promises of booms that will not happen, without describing roads that are breaking up, an NHS system that is suddenly exposed as failing… Read More »