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Self-employed face new onslaught in the Budget

self-employed face new onslaught in the budget
Philip Hammond is this week expected to risk a new political storm by announcing plans to raise billions of pounds from Britain’s army of self-employed workers and contractors.
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Be bold and back the firms of the future, says NEIL CRAVEN

be bold and back the firms of the future, says neil craven
There is a startling fact about the Government’s strategy for British industry – there isn’t one. At a stretch, you could string together a few stray bits of policy here and there if you wanted..
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TV property expert named in Nigerian bribery probe

tv property expert named in nigerian bribery probe
A London estate agent who appeared on the BBC’s Homes Under The Hammer has been named in an investigation into alleged corruption by a former Nigerian oil minister.
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Australians are facing Clydesdale legal action

australians are facing clydesdale legal action
RGL Management Limited is signing up aggrieved small business owners for a group claim against the banks.
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£35m float is music to ears of Ten Group's Alex 

£35m float is music to ears of ten group's alex 
Ten Group, whose 60million members include customers of private banks Coutts and Investec, was launched in 1998 and now has 700 staff.
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Lord Heseltine warns against a magic money tree in Budget

lord heseltine warns against a magic money tree in budget
Michael Heseltine is as energetic as ever at pushing the idea closest to his heart: Britain’s desperate need for an effective industrial strategy.
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Big high street stores brace for profits rout

big high street stores brace for profits rout
The high street has been hit by a wave of discounting in recent weeks which is set to continue as online firms roll out major discounts for Black Friday this week.
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Dutch in tax war to lure Unilever away from London

dutch in tax war to lure unilever away from london
Unilever, which also owns Dove, Persil and Magnum ice creams, is understood to be close to a decision that could see it quit the City.
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Pret A Manger not yet ready for listing in New York 

pret a manger not yet ready for listing in new york 
It was suggested the sandwich chain’s valuation could hit £1.5billion on Wall Street. But it now looks unlikely that it will list before the New Year.
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Emerging markets fund boss aims to help you sleep soundly

emerging markets fund boss aims to help you sleep soundly
Active fund management is under attack like never before. Many people think it is too expensive and fails to deliver the outperformance its promoters promise.
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JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Here’s a way to save face, Mr Hammond

jeff prestridge: here’s a way to save face, mr hammond
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond would be wise not to forget savers in Wednesday’s Budget.
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MIDAS TIPS: Amryt Pharma's remedies can save lives

midas tips: amryt pharma's remedies can save lives
Amryt is a drugs firm with a difference. It focuses on treatments for rare and ‘orphan’ diseases, that is, conditions that affect fewer than one in 2,000 people. The shares are 17¾p and deserve to..
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Student digs app receives boost from City veteran 

student digs app receives boost from city veteran 
Rupert Hambro, former chairman at family firm Hambros Bank, has joined the board of a company that helps students find accommodation via their mobile phones.
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Small business boss praises our campaign

small business boss praises our campaign
Innocent Drinks boss Richard Reed and Labour’s Shadow Business Minister Bill Esterson also backed the campaign last night.
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Thomas Cook to offer 'pay as you go away' cover

thomas cook to offer 'pay as you go away' cover
The new products will be launched tomorrow as part of a reboot of its financial services under a new division called Thomas Cook Money.
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HETHERINGTON: It's the 's' that gives the game away

hetherington: it's the 's' that gives the game away
In a telephone call out of the blue, Paul Gray of Herald Investment Trusts said I held £5,000 in carbon credits and that it had a buyer lined up.
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How James Bond-style gizmos can add value to your home 

how james bond-style gizmos can add value to your home 
A James Bond-style home with a hidden bed that pops out with just the press of a button may sound like a gimmick, but it could prove to be a shrewd investment.
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How to get on the housing ladder despite stamp duty

how to get on the housing ladder despite stamp duty
Housing is tipped to be a headline grabber in Chancellor Philip Hammond’s speech on Wednesday – with hints of possible stamp duty incentives for first-time buyers.
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Dying without a will can risk all the family's finances

dying without a will can risk all the family's finances
Many think a will is not necessary because they believe family and friends will decide who gets what of any assets – but this is not the case.
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Pay for Christmas with our six seasonal saving tips

pay for christmas with our six seasonal saving tips
It is possible to recoup the full cost of Christmas by kicking off a pre-holiday review of all our other regular expenses. Here's how to do it.
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