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Following these guidelines will help you proceed wisely with investing in UK land:
1) Is the investment land in a region with high demand for housing?
The property should be in area that is viable and not at risk of future decline. Review statistics and trends about violent crime, school performance, industry loss or retention, and poverty, as these factors are crucial to determining housing demand. Find out what the city’s position is on funding for, and commitment to improving any of the aforementioned housing demand indicators.
2) Has a full sustainability study been carried out on the land investment site?
The land investment site must be evaluated to see what impact land development would have on the environment and natural resources. Any disturbance or potential harm to archeological sites, protected species, or conservation areas should be noted. Inspect the land’s topography for any sloping or flooding potential. Assess the effect that your potential investment might have on the present character of the land and buildings. Consider if a new development would “fit in” with the existing developments’ character?
3) Does the land investment site have road access? Is there an existing transport infrastructure?
Inquire about any plans for modification of roads that may affect the property in question. If there are such plans, are they already funded and scheduled or are they still in the planning stages? Research factors that affect the importance of access, such as the number of people who commute to work as opposed to working locally.
4) Does the area where the investment land lies have sufficient amenities to support residents of a new development?
Evaluate the quality and enrollment capacity of local schools availability of recreational facilities. Consider not only the quantity and variety of shops, but ask about longevity versus or high turnover of those businesses. Look into the ease of accessing both inpatient and outpatient medical care. Ask about immediate or future plans for addition or removal of any of the above amenities.
5) Does the company with whom you are investing have a successful record of accomplishment with UK Land Investments?
Ask for referrals from current and previous clients and actually contact them. Search public records, industry journals, and periodicals to be apprised of the company’s reputation, stability, and expertise with investing in UK Land.
6) Does the company contractually retain a holding in the land investment site?
Investigating matters such as this may seem to be obvious and unnecessary but will save you time and money in the long- run
7) Does the company contractually commit funds to the planning application for the land investment site?
Be sure that commitment of funds to the planning application for your potential investment in UK land is specified in the contract.
While it is perfectly normal for a business owner to want to focus on the most essential processes that contribute to the success and growth of its small business or startup, paying attention to the legal aspects of running a business is also very important. Statutory compliance, staff employment, terms of service and supplier contracts are the areas where professional legal advice services can help secure your business and save money in the long term.
According to a recent report published by the UK Legal Services Board, called In Need of Advice? and based on a YouGov survey of over 9000 British small businesses, 38% of surveyed small businesses experienced one or more legal problems in the past year, out of which employment law issues were second most common situations business owners had to face, right after issues concerning trading. While 45% of surveyed small business owners considered that legal problems have a tangible impact on their business operations and growth, in the majority of cases they dealt with problems entirely on their own (52%), with only 16% of legal problems being solved through professional legal services.
Prepare your small business for future employment law situations
As businesses grow, its almost inevitable that small business owners will have to deal with the occasional difficult employment scenario, the most common issues revolving around employee gross misconduct, unfair dismissal and redundancy. These employment issues can have a negative impact on the overall performance of the business and can quickly escalate and generate loss if the correct legal steps are not followed. This is why seeking employment law advice from the outset helps a small business be prepared to handle any employment situation correctly .
Employment law advice directly from the experts
It is good business practice to seek employment legal advice not only when employee grievances arise or legal action is required, but from the very beginning of your business setup.
Other than offering employment law advice and support in cases of gross misconduct, redundancy and dismissals, an employment law solicitor can play a preventive role, by helping small business owners set up the correct employment contracts, prepare employee handbooks and other essential employment procedures and keep the business up to date on employment legislation.
Affordable employment legal advice
There are many ways in which small businesses that cannot afford a dedicated HR and employment service can still benefit from expert employment legal advice. While engaging a high street employment firm of solicitors on matters requiring legal action in court can prove to be an expensive exercise, small business owners can seek employment law advice with local professional associations and groups, which offer a series of online legal advice resources that any small business can easily access. Another route to take is to engage independent accounting and tax consultants that often include employment solicitors and offer employment law advice and guidance on a retainer arrangement, which is usually the most cost-effective solution for small businesses.
James Jardine from the University of Cambridge in the UK won third prize in the post-graduate category of the Santander University Entrepreneurship Awards.
He scooped 5,000 for his company Qiqqa.com a company that provides free software which helps students and researchers manage information.
The awards aim to support and encourage university students to pursue their business ideas and are open to students from all 58 universities within the Santander programme.
To mark the fifth anniversary of Santander Universities in the UK, Santander chief executive, Ana Botn, announced an additional 1.5m of funding to UK universities, taking its total investment to 7 million during 2012, as well as 100 new mobility grants of 2,500 available to UK students to study abroad.
She also extended the banks support for small businesses with the launch of a new programme to place graduates from the countrys top universities on internships with SMEs across the UK.
The programme to encourage entrepreneurialism amongst graduates is a collaboration between Santander and its university partners and aims to promote the benefits of working for a SME to third-year or recently graduated students, while providing smaller businesses with an injection of talent not always easy to obtain by companies with limited administration resources.
Santander will work with its partner universities to find students and companies who will benefit most from the scheme and will help with placement and administration, including project management, as well as part-funding a basic salary for the students.
Ana Botn said: Youth unemployment and particularly graduate unemployment is one of the most pressing issues for the UK economy. We hope our new programme offering 500 student internships to SMEs can help provide our talented graduate community with the opportunity to gain vital experience in the work place, whilst opening their eyes to the benefits of working for smaller companies.
SMEs have not typically attempted to compete with the graduate recruitment schemes of the big FTSE players and we hope that this initiative will give a wider range of companies the benefit of fresh, young talent.
As the engines of progress and invention, universities have an important role to play in incubating the enterprises of tomorrow. Santander is proud to be supporting and recognising the entrepreneurial skills demonstrated by students through our Entrepreneurship Awards, as well as announcing an additional 1.5 million of funding to support British universities, taking our total investment to 7 million in the UK and 120 million globally, this year.
Photograph:James Jardine receiving his prize from Santander chief executive, Ana Botn
Nowadays, even more than ever, businesses across the country are still wanting to grow and expand. Perhaps taking on new and different markets, opening new offices or even just refurbishing their current offices. Perhaps many of these businesses will not have the cashflow available to grow and expand. They will then need to look around for companies who specialise in organising business finance. So what should these companies keep in mind when looking around for suitable companies that offer business finance?
In the UK there are a huge amount of various companies and institutions advertising their business finance services. See for yourself and type in the search phrase business finance or business financing into any search engine and the list of results you get back will astound you. It really is overwhelming with the amount of companies available. So how do you pick the right company for you? Here is some advice which may just help you narrow down your list of business finance companies.
First of all it is essential that a business finance advisor takes time to listen to your requirements. Once they have pinpointed your specific requirements they should then be able to highlight the best possible business financing options available to you. Having good communication channels between you and the business finance company really is really important to make sure you get the best possible finance solution. Therefore you really should try to find a company that you feel comfortable talking to and who are easily contactable.
It is also a good idea to make sure you check business finance companies to ensure that they have the expertise you require. Do not be afraid to ask whether individual companies have assisted others gain business financing for the purpose you require. Of course the more reputable business finance companies will be more than willing to provide you with information on how they have assisted other businesses. The websites for individual companies are a great way to first of all assess whether a company is experienced, or not.
Remember, as with most products and services it is always essential to shop around. Do not automatically assume you are getting the best deal with the first business finance company that you make contact with. Do not be afraid to get several business financing quotes from several business finance companies. As pointed out above, the market is full of companies wanting to help you, so competition is fierce. Taking time to shop around for business financing could really pay off and you really could save yourself a lot of money.
If this all sounds interesting and you would like to make contact with a reputable business finance company then why not pay a visit to Bell Finance. With Bell Finance you can be sure of getting friendly and specialist business financing advice. At Bell Finance you will find a comprehensive range of business finance solutions to choose from. Why not check them out today at bellfinance.co.uk.
Being a contractor in the UK requires taking care of your own personal expenses and earnings. With this brings paperwork and the responsibility of managing taxes. Permanent workers don’t have this worry because most companies will have a dedicated finance department.
Before choosing to contract in the UK, the decision of either setting up a limited company, also known as a personal service company, or to simply use an umbrella company. Who will take care of all the tax issues, whilst providing additional benefits.
Both options are chosen on an individual basis, where normally umbrella companies are used for those choosing to contract short term. And limited companies being used for long term contracting. This is because tax savings can be much greater, but will require additional work.
So, What Are Personal Service Companies?
As previously mentioned, when choosing to set up a limited company is usually the result of a contractor seeking to benefit from tax savings and therefore increasing their take home pay. This is possible because limited companies enable contractors to be outside of the IR35 legislation. It is under this company that contractors will be working under, during any client work.
The tax efficiency of limited companies works by splitting a contractors income between their salary and dividends. This results in the contractor not having to pay national insurance contribution in their income. It s also essential for any freelance contractor to use a limited company or umbrella, otherwise no client would employ the contractor.
Here is a quick highlight of the benefits gained when working through a personal service company:
– Can be the most tax efficient way of earning,
– You become your own boss,
– In control of when and where you work,
– Ability to claim expenses,
In 1999 the term ‘personal service company’ was created, by HMRC, shortly after the introduction of IR35. But unfortunately the classification of what can identify limited companies as being a personal service companies is limited. This allows HMRC to be flexible during tax investigations.
The Problems That Exist
Unfortunately for those using this form of managing their payroll, they can often be viewed as attempting to dodge tax. Amongst negative press regarding this issue, the HMRC may be set to introducing new legislation on their use. The new legislation would treat contractors as though they were an employee, therefore requiring to pay national insurance and tax at the source, by their new ’employee’.
This could be a major problem for a large majority of those contracting long-term in the UK. For those currently with an umbrella company need not worry. Although this is an issue that every contractor should be aware of for future reference.