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STANTA’s courses suspended but remote business advice available

In view of the government’s directive on non-urgent meetings / gatherings, we have made a decision to cancel all workshops until the end of April. Business advice meetings will still be available (Mondays – Thursdays) but these will be conducted via the telephone, skype or facetime.  If you would like an appointment, please email us:  […]

Worker status and IR35 Audit

The Government is cracking down on employment practices. Big changes are due in April this year: employers will have to issue all new employees with a written statement of employment particulars from day one; employers will have to change the way they calculate holiday pay of certain workers to include the average remuneration in the […]

Guide to Tax Debt and Mental Health

Follow the link for plenty of valuable information relating to the impact of debt on mental health. https://www.riftrefunds.co.uk/tax-refunds/uk-tax-refund-advice/tax-debt-and-mental-health/

5 Reasons It’s Great to Start Business As A Sole Trader In 2020

What springs to mind when you think about a business? Do you picture an office with cubicles, fluorescent lights, and teams of workers adhering to a 9-to-5 schedule (with awkward commutes on either side)? If so, your mind’s eye probably needs an update, because the fundamental nature of a business has gone through a major […]

How WordPress changed the Internet

On the outside, each website we visit on the internet looks different. Sure, they all share some similarities, but each one is unique. However, underneath it all, most of the websites we use on a daily basis have one thing in common: WordPress. If you’re not a blogger or web developer, it’s quite possible you’ve […]

Guide to making Profit

LEADS x CONVERSION RATE = Number of Customers Average Sale Price x Frequency = Turnover Turnover – Costs = Profit   Things to consider which influence the above elements   What does your business plan say you will be doing? What are your key performance indicators? Is it clear who your target market is? Is […]

Beginner’s Guide to SEO

Not sure where to start with SEO? We’re here to make it simple! We’ll let you into a secret: although search engine optimisation might sound highly technical, the basic SEO principles are easy to grasp if you have a basic level of computer literacy. And the benefits can be huge, making a massive difference to […]

Lone Workers: How to Prevent Hazards in the Workplace

Lone Workers: Pay special attention to the vulnerabilities and risks facing any lone worker(s) on the premises or elsewhere – A ‘lone worker’ is defined as any employee in a situation where physical assistance would not be immediately available, which actually covers more roles and scenarios than you might think: People travelling to meet clients […]

Enthusiastic Entrepreneurs Read on …!

Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire’s Entrepeneurs Challenge – Herts County Show 25th and 26th May 2019 This is a unique opportunity for new businesses to promote their products or services to the Shows’ audience of 30,000 people. The initiative has been set up with the aim to help support and promote local entrepreneurs. The Hertfordshire County […]

How to combat the stress of running your own business

Running a business can be enormously rewarding, but very often it’s a high-pressure existence. There can be demands from all sides to satisfy clients, make ends meet and still make time for family and friends. A little stress is normal and can even be healthy, but if you’re taking too much on, you’ll feel the […]

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