Insolvency continues to be a worry for companies and individuals

The demise of Thomas Cook was a reminder that businesses and individuals are still finding the current economic situation difficult. The latest figures from The Insolvency Service, show that 4,321 companies entered insolvency between April and June 2019, a 2.6% increase on the first quarter of the year and in percentage terms the figure is... Read more »

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First Friday Lunch – October 2019

This month we are really excited to have the lunch at The Hilton Brighton Metropole on Friday 4th October. Book your tickets here if you’d like to be there! This lunch is hosted by Hartley Fowler with special speaker Kirsty Goring of the award-winning Wiston Wine Estate. Kirsty will share the story of how the... Read more »

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Starting to see a difference

It’s always rewarding when you start to see the fruits of your labour. That doesn’t have to be purely financial, it certainly wasn’t just that for me. Granted I do earn more money than I did before, which is great, I’m not going to lie. But the biggest benefit has been to my non-working life.... Read more »

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Trust Structures and Wealth Protection Seminar

TRUST STRUCTURES & WEALTH PROTECTION Tuesday 15th October 2019 at 10am The Old Ship Hotel, Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 1NR Refreshments at 10am for a 10.30am start – End: 12 Midday Join Cognitive Law and Swindells Chartered Accountants for our latest free seminar Come along and hear about proven and flexible Trust structures and how... Read more »

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Up and running

I think the sub-title for this blog should be “learning to fail”. Or more accurately, learning to accept that there will be failures, from which you can only learn. Some of the things you do wrong are pretty minor, or minor in as much as they don’t cost you too much in time or money.... Read more »

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