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If you’ve ever wondered how much money a typical landlord makes, latest figures provide some impressive reading.
Facebook have launched – albeit quietly – a feature that could revolutionise the way people search for tradesmen, restaurants, cleaners and, well, just about any other business or service you can think of.
Wardens working in Kensington and Chelsea caught the tradesman breaking road rules a staggering 340 times last year.
In December, eight intrepid Simply Business staff headed for the Swedish Arctic Circle for a three day challenge raising over 20k for Save the Children.
Becoming a landlord can be exciting and daunting in equal measure, and entering the buy-to-let market is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
With an EU referendum a very real prospect in 2016, research suggests that many small and medium-sized businesses are concerned about a potential Brexit…
With January done and dusted we’ve done some crytal ball gazing, to predict what the rest of 2016 will bring…
When the Chancellor announced at the end of last year that he would introduce tax hikes on buy-to-let, many called it the death knell for property investment.
Tradesmen around the country have been forced to retake their Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) Test and Site Safety Plus certificate.
For the likes of builders, landscape gardeners and many other trades, tool insurance is often an essential part of their insurance policy.